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  1. Also, note that this is the first time that the record of the team dictated where those first two games occurred. The better team could have been the road team in a good number of those instances.
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  2. Maybe someone will be hired to be the hitting coach and bench coordinator.
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  3. I just think it brings conflict of positions in the end. He is the bench coach so his primary focus will be on that, but his opinion on hitting will trump that of whoever is named the hitting coach/coaches. But it seems Livesley and Duncan will be retained but their job titles will change.
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  4. Very interesting move, I love that they're revamping the entire organizational hitting philosophy instead of the usual move of just hiring a new hitting coach and hoping it works. This seems like a bold step forward. With that said, why wasn't he hired as the hitting coach? I get that bench coach is considered a higher position but if he's in charge of hitting he's pretty much the hitting coach and whoever is titled hitting coach will basically be undermined and almost useless. "Why should I listen to you Mr Hitting Coach when the Bench Coach is the real Hitting Coach?" Lastly, the Marlins had to have done some serious work to convince this guy to do this or they straight up overpaid for him because he was still the Twins coach so he really had no reason to leave there especially to come here. I mean who decides to leave a home run record holding offense on a playoff team for the chance to try and fix Lewis Brinson???
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  5. I feel like Rowson wanted more so to be the bench coach but the Marlins wanted him to have a bigger input on hitting and they just found a middle ground. This is a good pickup regardless. Twins were incredible.
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