it means another season of failure.
I think I understand what you are saying but I'm not sure "why" you are saying it.
Things are time sensitive these days which will cause a variety of reactions from all of us offering opinion on it.
I know it isn't our decision but we have 10 games to decide how we feel on:
Do we trade Brian Dozier or do we ride his pending hot streak into the playoffs?
I made up my mind on June 23rd but I'm not sure if Paul Molitor and the front office share my opinion.
So, I'm OK with the additional clarity that has been provided the past couple of games. It makes the decision easier.
I hate that. Hate it.
So no, I'm not going to celebrate a failed season, no matter what they might acquire by trading players.
I want to watch a meaningful game this afternoon. Care about winning or losing. That's why I watch.
I wish they had won these two games in KC. Today would be more interesting. Some A ball hope and prayer in Return for Dozier means nothing to me. Zero. Less than zero.