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Hear from Diamondbacks GM Josh Byrnes and Manager A.J. Hinch,as they talk about the importance of leadership.
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And you create an atmosphere success. Create multiple paths to success. And advocate and and I think that's. Probably think that the lack of experience I think is just overwhelmed by sort of understand organizational advocacy is I think when. We end up with a 25 players amount of fuel behind those players the lives that have touched them is powerful and any age is really experienced said. So to the extent now they're human beings and -- -- -- responsible to win or lose -- game and they might be playing well are not. They might not feel it is experience yep -- it feels advocacy. One of the flashback that day in an early mail back at Chase Field a press conference you saw live here on fox. It's Arizona the introduction of the new manager of the team aging pinch. My general manager John Byrnes -- Not to Miller Light Diamondbacks live why -- grade level because. The phrase organizational advocacy has been up a bit of a lightning rod in the sports world nationally -- -- baseball certainly. In the valley you can hear in the great abyss that can be. Talk radio from time to time on the -- -- fear or imprint. On television even early Sunday night local television sports show circuit back I thought. Last week manager AJ -- was almost ambush it was as it was someone that. Came to the ballpark to ask -- specific question attaching organizational advocacy. To the phrase yes man to -- -- wanted to give him a chance. Here on this show tonight thank you wouldn't miss home at home as well to listen carefully to what aging injured say this initial reaction. To that question that was thrown at him and a pregame press conference at Chase Field late last week check this out. So and it's a fair question I think I think the meaning behind organizational evidence he is is. Much more powerful then than just that I think. The idea of connecting the entire organization obviously my background with a lot of these players and in and my belief in in our scouts and player development people and getting an organization in two and it is critical for success certainly in our market in our. On the way we run our business the way we use our players is as either guys they're going to -- opportunity here or. Potentially be used as trade chips. -- I think I don't know that it -- disservice to -- explanation. It is much much more positive than than maybe it was received and and that's unfortunate that over the course of time I think people start to understand that this organization is united. Behind a lot of things in and one thing that and it's he's our belief in our players -- believe in our process and how we're going to get players to the big leagues and get -- to -- Successful. Puddles of course that you hear -- long -- answer rather than a 172. Day for the moment sound -- From a managers about a thanks Vijay and if you break down his numbers fifty feet you know self help this team. The help -- listen -- today isn't talking about several members. The Diamondbacks the on the current roster so recollections. Instant recall of just moments that he had a chance to watch them play along the way -- have two very long ago and able double liberal talk you know that your initial error -- Sample so he's been there he has seen in order to have him have his entire answer played out here on our airwaves. Tonight organizational have a -- for me what I hear the word at the to see my stomach. Goes in the knots ahead of class of the University of Arizona called argumentation. And had a busy I still wake up thinking. I didn't turn my final and the professor Ron Allen. Hope you're watching defensive. They -- -- -- plus on top in any event this want to do that for you Dodgers and the Arizona Diamondbacks on this Monday night we'll take a break.