Originally Posted by fancylad
It will be interesting to hear them and if they will bring up any excuses for their teams' failures. I know the Jays have a fair bit of upside, but even they have been mired in crappy and underperforming seasons.
All of these guys seem like pretty proud individuals. And you have to assume that the short comings of their teams will be called in question. Even just the three of them being in the same room while being interviewed should make for interesting listening.
I don't think Beeston has anything to answer for - at least in terms of responsibility. And he's been forthcoming about the past practice of papering the house. It was Ricciardi, Godfrey and Rogers. J.P. and Paul are gone and Rogers has changed their tune.
MLSE though, that's a different story.