Armstrong's retirement comes at right time
A new chapter is begging for the Seattle Mariners.
Last week, Mariners President and Chief Operating Officer Chuck Armstrong announced his retirement at the end of January 2014. Let’s be honest, given the history of the franchise, it’s long overdue.
With a 2,145-2,321 (.480) record in his tenure with the Mariners, Armstrong’s teams weren’t able to break even in his 30-plus years of service since 1983, with some time off between 1990-1992. From the fan perspective, and from a shareholder’s perspective, that means we didn’t get a return on our investment.
Sure, the team’s mos...
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