Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Crasnick: Coop's negatives outweigh his positives

ESPN's Jerry Crasnick addresses Coop's job security, noting that Ed Wade wouldn't evaluate Coop, saying there's no value to it right now. Crasnick goes on:

A National League scout who's spent a lot of time watching the Astros thinks Cooper's strategic missteps have outweighed his positives. It's tough to live down intentionally walking Nick Johnson to face Hanley Ramirez.

"It's like he manages inning to inning rather than three innings down the road," the scout said. "I think he'd be better off as a first-base coach and working with hitters. He's had some good moments, but a lot of questionable moments as far as how he addresses and reacts to situations."

http://sports.espn.go.com/mlb/columns/story?columnist=crasnick_jerry&page=starting9/090826&campaign=rss&source=MLBHeadlines

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