A.J. Hinch had no business being an MLB manager.
He would have driven the 1927 Yankees into the cellar (okay, maybe not).
But a 31-47 record in 2010 with a team that didn't respect him as far as they could throw him marked the end of his tenure in Arizona.
Now the D-Backs are left with three possible options for the team's next skipper: hire a coaching veteran, a former player, or an in-house assistant.