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Broadly viewed, Terry Ryan’s dismissal as Twins GM a week ago came as a result of bad decisions in talent evaluation. You don’t fire someone at the top of the personnel food chain, after all, if a roster is stocked with complementary, talented pieces.
Narrowing the view, pitching was the critical area with the most missteps, both in terms of organizational development and outside acquisitions.
I’d posit there is another narrow view of what went wrong — much of it, still, in the pitching department but also spread across the roster.
It is this: the Twins under Ryan fell victim too many times to small sample size decision-making, particularly when the small sample was positive.