Don't "fix" what isn't broken: our pitching development system.
Do fix our heretofore inability to draft/sign amateur position players, and develop them into complete players who can execute all the fundamentals both in the field and at the plate, and field their positions well.
We won't get the next Frank Thomas/Magglio Ordonez cornerstone hitter via trade; we have to draft or sign those position players as amateurs.
But shrewd trades could turn our veteran position players and relievers into building blocks.
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