Todd Coffey is now the closer:
It's past the time when Narron should have done this. Perhaps he has discovered that Weathers actually tries to let the leadoff man on base so he can make the game more exciting. Perhaps he realized that 88 mph and "really knowing how to play the game" don't cut it in close and late situations.
The only thing I fear is that Narron will now misuse Coffey as most managers would, which is to save him for the 9th inning no matter what, when he should be pitching in the highest-leverage situations, no matter what inning, whether it be the 7th, 8th or 9th.