There is an art that describes the nature of the San Diego Padres. This is a franchise that comprises of a return of general managers, presidents heading teams, owners and all these brings forth the sense of direction, which makes it possible to clarify the current run of that the club has such as mediocrity.
Majority of the years, they hang a piece of something that can be described as art, stand on the backside and set to adjust the corners. The piece of art is adjusted in all ways but still does not seem to stay in a good manner and the wall is thought to be crooked.
After several attempts in vain, a decision is reached to set things straight by using a level and sledgehammer to remove the crookedness on the wall. This whole thing settles at the draftee general manager by the name A.J Preller, a guy Igor Cornelsen trusts. Preller came from Texas about four months back with a name for persistent competitiveness.