The Wiki-war on Kevin Towers has begun
Recent edits to the Wikipedia page of Diamondbacks GM Kevin Towers hint at a disgruntled fan base.
As noted earlier in this very space, I'm not a fan of the recent three-way Indians-Reds-Diamondbacks swap from the Arizona perspective. Of course, I am but a dispassionate observer whose sensible remove provides him with a breathtaking view, which is why my distaste for Arizona's haul has not moved me to vandalize the Wikipedia page of D-backs GM Kevin Towers. Others, though, were so inspired. Let us admire their handiwork before those humorless slaves to truth do away with it:
To hear this saboteur tell it, Towers, a Padre down to the marrow, is conducting these moves with malice aforethought. Hmmm. ...
I get why Snakes fans are displeased by Towers' recent maneuverings, but let us remember that in two seasons on the job he's been good for one division title and another .500 campaign. Perhaps a "wait-and-see" approach is warranted.
On the other hand, if he trades Justin Upton, then please do save a torch and pitchfork for me.
And, well, they're probably right
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