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"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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03:23 min | 1 year ago

"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ryan Sandberg. Craig Biggio. And Ian Kinsler. Very good company. 11 years of Cincinnati Red and nobody had any reason to believe when he was traded here from the Cleveland Indians in a in a deal Wayne Krivsky engineered after the Indians had d F ate him. We're tired of it. They don't know what to do with him. So the idea fade him and Wayne Krivsky swooped in and made a deal for a player to be named later. It turned out to be Jeff Stevens, who got a couple of cups of coffee and the rest, they say is history in his time with the Reds is a three time All Star. And just The ability to Who kind of plug in to the fan base in Loveland, we go. Hey, Ben. Welcome to sports talk. Hey, Lance idea, man. I'm well, Thanks for calling. Yeah, well, I just want to say and I'm a little younger, so I might be biased. But Brandon Phillips is my all time favorite Reds player. Yeah, on it. It is not because of his baseball, though his baseball is amazing. It's just his personality on the field. I think that's what makes them so likable the fans. I mean, I met the guy a couple times and Just a great guy off the field, and I think, especially in Red's company. That's that's what makes you a favorite. That's what that's what makes his legacy so great here. Cincinnati. You know, that is exactly what I'm looking for. Ben. I'm glad you called. Do it again sometime. Yes, thank you that that's that's what I thought I might get. That was good, and we'll take a time out of continuing. Want to add some new stuff into the mix. But I'm looking on Twitter. Dan mentions BP sign until first pitch No fan young, old or from the other team was ignored. Uh, Jim, I like that was BP's personal driver. Many stories can't be told laugh, he said. But Brandon is a great guy. Uncle Willie on Twitter. My favorite red of all time I watch Rose Larkin Sable. Parker loved them all. A Davis cow Daniel's Pokey Reese rolling all grade faves, but nobody carried the swag every night. Like Brandon Phillips, surely a Reds Hall of Famer. Absolutely no question about that. When we continue, I have a Ivan Innocents observation about grocery shopping. I discovered something on Sunday. Discovered I'm not alone. In the way I do it. I will explain and the eye contact I made on Sunday as we continue to get in on this date and reds history in the back end of the hour as well. We're rolling through this eight o'clock hour. Arnell Carrier Sports talk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet 700 WLW. My summer. Who's your summer? Boy? You're surely bill cutting into great American bask in the summer sun as we go one on one with the issues you want to talk about the guest you want to hear. And, of course, the last you wanna have. Let's have some fun this summer. Just like the song says I am your Summer boy, Billy Cunningham. He's your summer boy. Tomorrow at 12 noon on 700 wlw. I am here some herbal.

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"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Just went back and I highlighted two lines in the piece from dancing Borski once you start the train You can't really stop it Meaning if you're going to do what you did last season. In terms of the years and the dollars And and accept the ages of your roster. You can't stop it. And the other line is The financial losses resulted from covert or real, but those revenue struggles don't change the basic contours of the roster. Those players don't hit the pause button on father time. So you have effectively neutralized you've effectively with 32 year olds like moose and show Go and Votto and great 31. You've effectively crossed off a year of their careers without giving them help. Would be a better baseball team. And that's the problem. Cell phoning Mark. Welcome to sports talk. Hey, Lance. Could have good evening. How are you tonight? I'm hanging in there. What's on your mind? Well, couple things, you know, I mean, we've been down this road before. You know what went is one of the fans going to start holding and making Castellini accountable for this mess because it's really on his shoulders. I mean, again. We talked about this. This team basically has a terrible minor league system. It hasn't produced a decent every day ballplayer in a number of years. That's the way that this market in this team is going to be good consistently is for that. System to be producing two or three players every year that either complain at the major league level or you can trade them off for areas where you need help for an established player that can produce and build your core that way. Um, you know this this the only difference between this ownership and Mike Brown is that at least this ownership, you know, does some things that are fan friendly. But I would say this. I would like to see a few less bobbleheads bought a few more dollars Put into player development, Our players period market. I don't know. Go ahead. We're going to say I don't. I'm not gonna go down and support this. I'm just not. I've fed up with it and you know if they start winning and they play well, then I'll go down. But I don't think people should show up down there because by doing that We're just accepting what ownerships doing and getting rid of the manager. Replacing coaches at this point is not being of service. Mark. Thanks for the call. Have a great night. My my issue is and I can't wait to get back to the ballpark personally, But the issue is if you were to if you were to give me a blank piece of paper and hand me a pen and say, Draw me Draw the plan or the path of this organization. It would be zigs and zags and zigs and zags and those would be based on the whims of the emotion of the owner. That's why I say there's there's points over time where I have felt sorry for Wayne Krivsky and I felt sorry for Dick Williams. And I feel sorry for Nick Crawl because they operate. They serve at the pleasure of the owner. And I don't know this for a fact. But I can create a scenario in my mind if I role play and I'm Dick Williams. If I were Dick Williams and I had been in this organization and gone through the losing to try to rebuild this thing. And finally had a winning season and made the postseason. And then I saw the writing on the wall of what the budget was going to be in 2021. I could absolutely see myself saying where exit stage left? I I didn't go through all this. Having this delayed rebuilding the terror down where I couldn't Max value the guys. I wanted to trade when I traded him because the owner didn't let me trade guys when they were in their prime. I'm not going to be on the back end of all this after a six year rebuild one year burst of making the playoffs and then be told to lop off 20 to 25 men on my payroll. I'm not going to stand by and watch this thing regress on my watch all that somebody else do it. I've had enough. I'll go off and enjoy the family business. I'll spend time. My family. I do not believe that would be far fetched from the potential reality of the situation that Dick Williams would have looked at it as that's how I look at it. If I regiment it done that. And then they told eight, You know, I know it's a third place team. I know you got into the playoffs when they were expanded. I know you need more. I know you're gonna lose your your sigh Young award winner, But I need you to reduce your payroll by 20 to 25 million. And I need you to make this a winning team. I'd say, uh You know what? This was fun, and I know my family's involved with this thing, but I'm going to go home. I'm gonna enjoy my different life's work. I'm gonna enjoy my family and I'm gonna kick back and I'm gonna drink a bourbon. Why listen to people talk about what's happening this franchise and I'm not going to be a part of it. Could absolutely see that happening. Me. The wind. Total 79 a half Projected forth and their division I'm gonna go back to my magic word earlier in this offseason, That's it. Six years of rebuilding. Two. To appear in the playoffs for 22 scoreless innings. And that's it. We're now down to a Vegas total of 79 a half wins. Place your bets as the clock ticks on moose and show go. And Votto and Gray. And others. Mm. Mason, the next stop. Hey, Steve. Hey, Lance, are you today I'm all worked up tonight..

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"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"More than half his life 19 years in this organization. Sure, he's always wanted to be in the position he's in overseeing baseball operations is only 44 years old. He gets the gig. It's a gig now that is fully thrown onto his plate because the organization isn't spending on two positions. He gets a team that was a winning team a year ago, made the postseason but was only the third best team in its division. He gets a team that last year invested over 150 million in the offseason. Inside multiyear deals. Castano's a four year deal Moose, a four year deal show go three year deal. Miley, a two year deal, join Bottle's still got three years and 82 million left on his deal. And then his owner tells him. Oh, by the way, I need you to cut that payroll. And it's believed as I've been told that that payroll is going to go from 1 45 down to around 1, 20 or so And so now you're Nick Crone. You're thinking what women. Okay. You want me to bake that pie that it was 145 million last year Make it work in closer to 1 20. This year I've lost our Cy Young Award winner I had to trade are closer to Reallocate funds. I couldn't keep our setup guy who we gave up a couple of prospects for an Archie Bradley. I still haven't been able to find a shortstop. I'm looking at a platoon right now of a 30 year old utility infielder named Kyle Farmer. And a another shortstop who's never played above double A in Kyle Holder and all the while I'm dumpster diving, trying to squeeze every penny out of what remains in the cash pile to fill out the roster. And all the while. Dick Williams is probably at home, kicking back drinking a bourbon with a look on his face like man, I'm glad I'm not having to deal with that. Instead, he's dealing with his family, his family business and as I thought about it I feel sorry for Nick Crawl. I felt sorry for Dick Williams, who was the general manager for an owner who's plan zigged and zagged all over the place at the at his whims. And I remember I felt sorry for Wayne Krivsky, who after two years and what 21 games was removed by this organization. We consider what's it at stake here? What? Last year the window was opened. No. The Reds went to the window after six consecutive losing seasons and they open up the windows and we all took a big smell bad. That is contention. That's big money spent in the off season. That's an infusion of talent. We are in this And now, one year later, that window has been lowered onto the fingers of Nick Crawl on the window sill. And that's the last place. You want that window right now. Sonny Gray's 31. You radio Suarez is 29 show goes 32 Castano's 28 Moose is 32 Vados 37 Castillo is 28. That for a group that made the expanded playoffs last season. And now this season Has a dramatic reduction in payroll doesn't have a shortstop hasn't replaced its bullpen missing parts. And is lost in the No man's land between not being all in And yet not lighting the Kindle for AH fire sale. How does that jibe with that group of talent at that age, saying, What is kind of sit here in the middle and tread water on this and Nickel try to make it work with 25 million less than Dick Williams had to work with a year ago. Show of hands. Anybody sense that's doable for Nick Crawl. You wonder why I say I feel sorry for Nick Kroll. Had you like to be him? From a team a year ago. That wasn't good enough to finish better than third but got into the playoffs because they expanded the playoffs. One year later. Has to be better and yet asked To make it better with less money to work with. And all the while you had added four multiyear deals last night. Somebody tell me last week. I don't know why fans are so upset the red spent all the money last year. Well. I'll give you an indicator of why, and what makes it difficult for Nick Kroll. Yeah. They spent their money last year. Now there. Spending less money this year. So the pie shrinks from 1 45 145 million closer to 120 million and the team wasn't good enough at 1 45. Now it's working in the parameters of closure to 1 20 with no Cy Young Award winner no closer, no set up man and no shortstop to be found. Meanwhile, over up the lines, am I making any sense on this? And 5137491 7800 the big £1.700 on a TNT? I don't know how he's going to make it work, and it's why I said at the start of this offseason, if you remember I used the word brace yourself. Because the brace yourself meant get ready because it's going to be incredibly difficult for Nick Crawl to make this work. As currently constituted with the payroll. They have You should not be wondering why. Throughout the offseason you heard of the likes of Sonny Gray. That name kicked around in trade rumors and a U N. E. O. Suarez and Louise Castiel popping up in in Yankees rumors. All of that was happening because Nick Kroll was sitting there looking at his spreadsheets, saying. How am I going to make this work it that amount of payroll? It didn't work well enough last year, and now I gotta make it work this year, and I've got 25 less million dollars to work with. My, but the math adds up to it, really not computing. It Vegas came out with through win Bet the first, originally the first sports book to release the wind totals for the season. On Tuesday night. The wind total for the Reds, the betting number two bet over or under. Is 79 a half A year ago, This team played it a clip that would have won them 84 games. They went 31 in 29 about third of the season. So computer it over 1 62. That's about 84 wins. It's currently through the wiseguys that win bet posted at 79, a half wins. Team that made the postseason last year with 1234567 of those guys I mentioned 28 or older. This isn't rebuilding and plugging in some young guys, and now we go. This was we went last year spent a lot of money. Our guys are a year older, and now we don't have as much ammo. Just make it work. How does it work and consider the clock that is ticking. If you're not all in And you're not fire sailing. Fire selling your left. With grace worries. Castano's moose show Go, Votto Castillo..

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"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is the $11 million until the final option year of that deal. Dick Williams claim Scooter Jeanette. He became an All star. He claimed Jose Iglesias. He claimed Derek Dietrich. Now. He had Mrs. He in my opinion, frustratingly to me, and I've told him is hung on the guy's way too long and appointed to a lack of depth and the system Wandy Peralta. Cody reads the Scott Shovelers and others. Truth be told. I told him What are you doing? What? Why are you keeping those guys And my argument always was. There wasn't enough depth developed in the organization to be able to move on from those guys. He made a very wise decision and not giving an extension is that Cozaar? Can you imagine being a GMO gave Zack Cozart three years $38 million, like the Angels did. Yet. He chose Freddy Galvis over Jose Iglesias. I said earlier, and I'll say it again. I believe, like Dan O'Brien and wave Wayne Krivsky. Some of the fruits of Dick Williams. Labour won't come for a few years, but I believe in As long as I'm here, I'll be ableto to draw the line back and trace it back to Dick Williams. I think he was a tremendous communicator. I think he was more transparent and what he was doing what he was trying to do then, ah, most most in the business, most in that position in this city. Over the years. How did they replace him? I don't know. Do they? I don't know. Do they replace him? With with the financial situation the way it is All things considered in the times we're living in. I don't know. Maybe maybe they don't. If they don't. I'd be curious how they're going to explain it, because when they When they gave Dick the title of president of baseball ops and move Nick Crawl into general manager that was done and presented as and it's true. There is so much on the plate today of a gentlemen, it's too much for one person. There have to be divvied up responsibility, shared responsibilities. This has become more than norm than the exception around Major League Baseball. The Cubs with Theo Epstein, Jed Hoyer. That's how Mohr teams than not structure things with two president baseball ops and a general manager. You have your day to day in the major league level. You have your day to day keeping track of triple A double high a low way rook is rookie ball on down. You've got scouting and drafting a developing an international. All of that can't be put on the plate of one anymore. So that leads me to think if they don't fill the position. How did they explain it if they do fill the position? Is it bringing in somebody putting them on the flow chart here above Nick Crawl. Overseeing all of it. Or do they position that person below Nick Crawl? And Nick Oversees all of it. And I'd be curious how this How do I phrase this? How this opportunity This organization. And this Ownership. Is viewed From the outside. How those outside would view this organisation in this opportunity. There's a lot to be done this offseason. I don't know how much financially there's going to be to get it done. There's no question this team needs to be better. There's no question there's a gaping hole at shortstop. I'm still struck by the question. I was asked onto our eyes. You the question on Twitter to me was was this good or bad for the rights? I would say this is bad for the rights. And I would say ultimately, Dick Williams gets credit for stepping away today, having left This organization in a better position than it was when he assumed the title in November of.

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"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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04:29 min | 1 year ago

"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We begin here tonight with your input to hopefully follow the Dick Williams Ledger. I, Bobby Nightingale used the word incomplete to describe his term here. I think that's fair. I think there's going to be things that will continue to play out down the road that we will trace back to Dick Williams. I like in that in similar fashion to things that Dan O'Brien and wave Wayne Krivsky did. In their time here that we didn't see immediately but down the road. When there was success, we traced it back to Those two former general managers. I think we'll do that Same thing with Dick Williams and I also to be honest, I think all three of those, probably if you if you got them together, and you had a beer, and they were completely honest, they would all sight the challenges of working for this owner. In their time as general manager of the Cincinnati Reds. In the case of Dick Williams, president of baseball operations was their progress under Nick Williams. Yes. Was it slower and smaller than probably you would have liked? Yeah. And not enough ultimately, yes, but did he leave this organization in better shape than he is? Took over in. Ah, November of 2015. He absolutely did. Yes, and I think I can understand the wear and tear. And frustration that comes with this job. He'll be 50. Got a family. He's a A very sharp guy. He's a fantastic communicator. He's got a family business in and the hours will be much more conducive to his family, and there will certainly be less stress and frustration with it in what he does next. So let's do this when we continue, Let's take a look at maybe the pluses and minuses. Consider the total package things they did go right. Things that needed to go more write things that didn't go right. A mistake's made along the way We'll do that. I welcome you into the mix as well. I mean, only open up phones. 5137491 7800 the big one and pounds 700 on t. I appreciate you stopping here tonight. You got a lot on your plate. A lot of things to consider hang out for a while and be a part of this conversation will talk Dick Williams and the Reds his time here in what is next This organization is we continue with our Nell carrier Sportstalk. Presented by Kelsey Chevrolet on 700 wlw news, traffic and weather. News radio 700 w ell delegate Cincinnati presidents returned to the West Wing and the effects of the Affordable care act is His take is gotten rid of the 6 30 report. I'm Sean Gallagher, breaking now. More specific details are still not known. But White House physician Dr Sean Conley says President Trump has not shown any symptoms over the last 24 hours as he continues to receive treatment and recover from the Corona virus. After spending the weekend at Walter Reed Hospital, the president returning to the Oval Office today, with White House, saying new safety protocols are in place. No analysis says 20 million people will lose their health insurance if the president and Republicans are successful in repealing the Affordable Care act, the analysis found. Losses of healthcare coverage would be particularly pronounced among low wage workers, non elderly adults without college degrees and young adults dependent on their parents. Health plans. It also says the uninsurance rate could increase to 31% of non elderly Hispanic adults and to 20% of non elderly black adults. The research was conducted by the Urban Institute with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which was founded by Robert Wood Johnson of the Johnson and Johnson company. Our crime Malard ABC News It will be. The only debate between the two is Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris face off in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tonight You can hear that debate on news radio 700 wlw, starting at nine o'clock, now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC health Traffic Center. You see, health would like to remind you of the importance of annual flu shots. Have you received yours? Working together? We build a healthier community. There is an accident westbound on the Ronald Reagan approaching Hamilton Avenue. It's got you slow back toward the Galbraith and Winton Road Exit an accident on Virginia Avenue south of Kirby and the accidents out 75 past pack is on the right shoulder. Now police still on the scene, traffic is have back to normal. Through that stretch of the highway. Ronald Reagan remains closed between 71 Montgomery Road from.

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"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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07:06 min | 1 year ago

"wayne krivsky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Van Helen dying yesterday. The age of 65 Brian comes in the 770 newsroom. We have some breaking Reds news right now, dear. The Reds just announced that their president of baseball operations Dick Williams has resigned. Last thing we heard from Dick Williams was when the season ended list last week, and he said he was bitterly disappointed in the Reds, lack of Ah, progression in the playoffs. The statement says that Nick Kroll will continue in his role as the team's vice president and general manager. Williams says that this is quote the right time for me to start a transition. Both professionally and personally said he's been affiliated with the organization one way or another for most of his life. His father and grandfather, obviously part owners of the club. Hey, says more than anything he's been proud to represent. This city called it the honor of a lifetime to be part of. Ah, assembling a team that went out and battled for fans of Cincinnati and doesn't say what he is going to pursue in the future. Bob Castellini praising Dick Williams for helping turn the club around. He says that Dick has quote an incredible baseball like you and a gift for innovation. That came at the right time in Red's history, and they say they're proud of the contributions he's made to the franchise. No word on whether that was a position that will be replaced or if the duties I guess would be assumed by crawl and others within the organization. But The Williams name is a storied one in the history of the Cincinnati Reds. As I said his father, grandfather, both have been owners of the club in the past, and Williams, who was the president of baseball operations is out. Yeah, I mean, look at the history, the Williams family from big head machine days and Williams and James and the majority owners. On DH. Now that Dick Williams is out, and it sounds like it's me he was fired. It wasn't it wasn't like, Hey, I'm leaving to go work. It means don't say what the new interest is. I mean, the release has nothing but praise. For the job that he's done and the Castellini families saying that they are, you know, certainly appreciative of his efforts, and during his tenure, the Reds did win. The National League Central back when you know when we started ahead, four postseason burst, though they've never won a postseason. Siri's grander William, is there anybody Well, 1995. It's not hard to see why I've got 160 Million reasons why declaims is looking for a job today, But Brian coming on this very well might might be, AH, budget kind of move. I mean, the Reds, obviously, with every team in baseball lost a lot of money this past year and if they don't replace him And maybe that's just a front office position they absorb. All right. Well, let's find out. Maybe we'll get more. Thank you. Brian comes Let me get to a 700 WW Lance McAllister and sports talk tonight at 605, which I'm sure the format of the show has just changed tremendously. Lance. Welcome in 20. Good morning. You're right. A cz. We say we have got a new topic A for tonight, Brian. Just a little too. Is this a budget move? Because the team a small market team, like Cincinnati is lost so much money they look at and go. OK, we got Nick Crawl. We've got David Bell. Do we really need a president? Baseball operations in Dick Williams? We spend 160 million plus of the offseason. And it didn't get us anything. But ah, two and out eyes that part of the equation here. I can only tell you what Dick Williams told me by text a couple of minutes ago, and that was it was his decision and that, uh, he would talk further that this afternoon. I'll take him at his word for that. Um, and all defer to the statement he's made in the press release. I got to tell you, this is they use the baseball cliches. Something being out of left field. This is out of left field. When I got the heads up earlier this morning that something was happening. I thought it was going to be the announcement of a new hitting coach. Um, I didn't They could be a major splash like this, obviously, but this is a This is a game changer, of course changer for this franchise, But let's not lose sight of, and certainly the front and center is and the optics of this is 160. Million. Spend of the offseason. Yes, they got into the playoffs. Yes, they had a winning record. It was in the truncated 60 game season and expanded playoffs. But this team disappointed for a large chunk of the season and not for the 11 and three rally down the stretch. We're talking about missing the playoffs and having a losing season. They would have been 17 in the last 20 years. Obviously not all on his watch. But let's also remember Sloane E. The resume in the file of Dick Williams is President Baseball office is going to include Bringing in by trade. Sonny Gray, Luis Castillo, Trevor Bauer, Anthony DeSclafani engineer to trade for a radio. Suarez claimed that Kirk Sally for for a song off the waiver, wire and deal with the Rays, and I think more than anything else. What stands won't see is and probably, and this is the way it works A lot of the times The, Um The true impact is probably coming down the road with what they've changed below the surface of this organisation, bringing in Kyle Brody to streamline the pitching throughout and they have made, I would say over the last year and a half there have been more upgrades to the inner structure of this organisation down below in the miners that maybe any organization baseball. It's just it's going to take longer than a year and a half for the minor leagues to show that I don't think it's going to be a stretch to say in a couple of years when we look at this system and say You know what I say this It's going to be like we said of Daniel Bryan and Wayne Krivsky. Once they left, we're going to say Wow, look at some of the stuff they were able to do before they went. Okay. Lance McCallister on the show this morning on 700 wlw breaking news. President of baseball operations for the Reds. Dick Williams is out on DH seemingly it's It's maybe a mutual parting. It's kinda hard to read the tea leaves in these press releases lands. Ah, yes. So I said, I I I'm flying blind. Other than what he has told me And that was it was his decision. Clearly there is there's a lot of If you place the timeline and the family tree and the interconnections and then er we've been to this organization. There's a lot of emotions and family and there would be difficult things everywhere you turn in term type terms of decisions. So I can only go by what he had said this morning. Yeah, in the first line of the release, I'll read it right now from the Cincinnati Reds, and from God. Bob Castellini is the Cincinnati Reds this morning announced that Dick Williams has resigned President of baseball operations to pursue personal interests outside of baseball. Now, you know again, time will tell Lance because sometimes these are mutual decisions, or it's like, Hey, You're going to go. We're going to have a bunch of money and you're going to say bye bye and say it was your decision that those things have happened all the time. This happened with the Reds before. I don't know if that's the case here or not, time will find out. But at this point, it really doesn't matter. When you talk about the legacy of Dick Williams. You just laid it out.

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