Amadeus wrote:Has anyone asked Leyland what he thinks about Grilli after these two games? Or Grilli's opinion of Jim?
Leyland probably sees all of that as water under the bridge and doesn't attach, to it, enough importance for grudge-bearing.
I think the cause of that little inflammation may have been double-barreled; while Leyland, on principle, would be irked by Grilli (or anyone) going public with intra-team criticism on the way out the door, I always had the gut feeling that Grilli's remarks probably were accurate, and therefore their sting was more painful.
Leyland, in response, certainly made a valid point. Having already made that point, I'm betting that it stopped mattering, to him, about 3 minutes later.
"Do What Thou Wilt" shall be the Whole of the Solid Block of Text.
As a ravine dweller I can confirm this.