Dear Mr. Robinson;
I know that you were an intense player during your career, and a determined manager and GM afterwards.
But you are managing the Montreal Expos. A team that we were supposed to shrink to nothing this year, but will next year. When we made you manager, it was with the understanding that you are to drain what’s left of the morale of the team and their few remaining fans, making the players wish to be traded. But instead you as usual have to again mess up baseball management’s and owners’ plans once more, by having the Expos play like they were the 25 time World Champions. Now I suppose that you want to win the World Series with this team, don’t you?
Let this be my last letter about this matter. I hope you will do what’s in the best interest of the owner MLB.