Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Wow?

One month between posts is pathetic. Really a pretty standard month in my life, a new job, a new city, a new apartment.

Anyway, what's up with this story?
From Mets.com on 2/28:
"The Mets hired a pair of scouts on Monday, including former Chicago Bulls general manager Jerry Krause. Scott Nethery also joined the staff after serving as a special assistant to Braves GM John Schuerholz for the last four seasons.

Krause, 65, worked as a special assistant for the Yankees last year and spent 16 years as a special assignment scout with the Indians, A's, Mariners and White Sox before becoming an NBA executive. But he is best known as the general manager of the Bulls, taking over that club in 1985 at the beginning of the Michael Jordan era in Chicago. Krause's teams won six NBA titles, with Jordan leading the way."

Interesting.