Originally Posted by duncan_idaho
And who's to blame for that? Who's the guy who orchestrated all of that, and whined for that approach?
Ned Yost. Just another nail in his coffin.
I'd argue that these failings are more on DM than Yost, though I understand what you're saying.
Yes, the manager is responsible for his staff, but only to an extent. The GM must provide oversight and ensure that the manager isn't completely stepping in it.