Click on the "Gammons" tab in the "Spotlight" section on the espn.com homepage. The link to his most recent article states
"Marlins general manager Larry Beinfest's modus operandi is to identify what he wants from another team and try to build the deal".
Did anyone else feel that? My equilibrium is still fucked up from the rapid paradigm shift. Seriously though, the headline just described the primary function of every general manager in every sport, with the possible exception of the bitch that ran the Indians in "Major League".