Quote from GM of a scuffling, last place NL team:
"We're bad, no question about it. And I've seen no signs to tell us or our fans that we're going to turn it around. I'm not going to watch this for another four months. Other than our starting pitching and the back end of the bullpen, other than that it's all negatives."
Quote from another GM of a scuffling, last place NL team:
"We are playing good baseball. We are catching the ball. Our starting pitching has been really good, so that has been encouraging. We have to get the bats going. We have a lot of young hitters in the outfield that are learning and developing in the Major League level. It's going to take patience."
Would it hurt to be honest with your paying customers? This "We are playing good baseball." quote is bullshit. Could be a long four months...sure, it takes patience, but wouldn't it be nice to see someone (manager, GM, owner) seem pissed off about it?