Mike Hindman on the Rangers and Accountability

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Mike Hindman on the Rangers and Accountability

Mike Hindman has a piece over at BBTiA on how the Rangers went from a culture of accountability and meritocracy from 2009-11 to a culture of entitlement in 2012.

He delves into the Josh Hamilton saga and the whispers now circulating about his diva-ness, and how the manager and the long-proclaimed leader in the clubhouse, Michael Young, seem to no longer be able or willing to hold veterans accountable for poor performance.

Check it out...

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