I have always wanted him to be back with the team, and after watching his induction speech yesterday, I gotta say that I want him to be back even more. I mean talk about a player with vasts amounts of knowledge, someone that can understand and educate all our young team and budding stars. He got to come up and learn from some very great people while he was playing. He was very well spoken, and he is bilingual, that would be a major factor with all our young Latin talent on the team. I believe that was one of the big reasons why Dusty was hired in to the organization in the first place. I know he does not have the experience coaching too much, but he did coach the U.S. in the WBC a couple years back, has been in a front office position, and there seemed to be a lot of subtle hinting to his intentions yesterday during his speech. This just might be my inner fanboy speaking out, but I truly feel that he is just as good an option as anyone else out there aside from maybe Pete who won't be coaching anytime soon.