Agreed, we seem to have the same viewpoint of managers. Honestly I don't care all that much about Molitor being fired. There's certainly an expiration date for all managers delivering the same message year after year.
I do find it ironic that he was blamed for various things this season such as:
- Wearing out bullpen arms
- Not developing players
- Submitting bad lineups
- Not reminding TD members we were supposed to pick up milk on our way home from work
And now that we're in this spot, and people who complained all season long has an outlet to give their opinion who is a better candidate are no where to be found.
Thinking Molitor wasn't a good manager is completely unrelated to having a better candidate in mind.
Finding a better one is Falvey/Levine's job.
As was firing Molitor.
Personally, I'll reserve my judgement on the new person until he/she has had a half season of performance to judge from.