Baker sold on Reds' youthful transition
If we've learned anything new about Cincinnati manager Dusty Baker in April and May, it's that the man has a flair for child care.
For years, Baker has been characterized as no fan of young players -- a perception that would suggest he's intolerant of mistakes, impatient with growing pains and unwilling to endure the inevitable hiccups that the maturation process brings.
Jim Leyland craves nicotine. Tony La Russa is autocratic. Lou Piniella is a walking Vesuvius. And ...
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