Originally Posted by BruinVol
For the first time doubts about Dave Serrano's ability to unify a team toward one common goal are valid. The fact that the loses are mounting up isn't the worry but its the margin of those loses and the discipline issues that tell me he has lost this team. I am sure he is ready for next year but if that's what he is conveying to the kids he is quitting on this year and that isn't acceptable.
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I didn't mean to imply that was what he was conveying to his team at all, but I bet deep down he's anxious for the reinforcements that will arrive in the fall.
I don't think he's lost the team by any stretch, I just think that the team was able to string things together and hide weaknesses for a long time, and the luck finally ran out.
Remember that they had to face this key Auburn series with their Friday night (and really only reliable) pitcher out with an injury.