Like federal agents in a shoot-em-up thriller, the "likeability" of general managers typically doesn't last long in the baseball universe.
Fans want things their way, and the front office of their favorite team never seems to get it right. It's funny, considering how both parties are aiming for the same goal: a World Series title.
Why, then, do journalists even bother making suggestions considering how they're almost always ignored? Simple: they think they're important. And I'm no different.
The following is a simple, step-by-step guide for Minnesota Twins' general manager Bill Smith to follow that will positively end with a World Series title—if done right.