Its springtime and opening day of the 2012 Major League Baseball season is right around the corner.
Fans in every major league city in America have high hopes for a successful year culminating in the playoffs and ultimately a World Series championship.
However, every baseball enthusiast knows that if team failure has been a pattern of the past, changes need to be made.
More often than not those changes usually start by replacing the manager.
Just imagine the manager announcing to the media after finishing last in the division for the past several seasons, “OK, it’s going...