Another Giants article highlighting how the Phillies can't seem to do either thing right (either they are too old school or get the new school wrong)
The Giants’ hiring of Gabe Kapler, a failed manager in two tumultuous seasons in Philadelphia, already had produced an undercurrent of skepticism among some in the sport. That skepticism turned to disbelief as the team rolled out Kapler’s coaching staff, most of whom were inexperienced and all but unknown.
Nine of Kapler’s 12 initial hires had never played in the major leagues. Three, including Alyssa Nakken, who would become the first full-time female coach in major-league history, had never played in the minors. Other than third base coach Ron Wotus, who has spent nearly a quarter-century with the club, the rest of the staff had a combined 7 1/2 years of major-league coaching experience.