“I still feel I’m the best manager Toronto has ever hired.”
Those are some pretty strong words from the former first-base coach and player. Understandably, he was extremely pissed in the article “I’m beyond angry, I’m beyond shock. I am trying to take the high road, but if I did something wrong, I wish they'd explained it to me".
While I do think that Whitt has a right to be angry, he certainly is nowhere near the best manager that the Jays have ever hired (or manager in training they have hired). Because if he was, he would probably still have a job, right?