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Mariners President & CEO Chuck Armstrong Steps Down In Surprise Move
Published November 26, 2013
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STARTING OVER: In Seattle, Larry Stone writes Armstrong's retirement is a "welcome development for a Mariners' franchise that desperately needs cleansing." Armstrong has become "irretrievably linked to the decline of the franchise, and it is beyond time for a new vision at the top." Stone: "Here's hoping they get a baseball man who can restore the plummeting faith of a fan-base beaten down by bad baseball and clumsy off-field machinations." However, from a "purely business standpoint, Armstrong has been spectacularly successful" (SEATTLE TIMES, 11/26).