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The last Twins position player to pitch was outfielder John Moses against California on July 31, 1990. 锘? ?I never get to the truly managerial parts of my own job.? ?I?m staying too late at night and working too many weekends.? ?_________ is really ready to advance but I have no job to promote himher to right now? ?If I don?t give my best people some new challenges soon, I may lose them.? Sound familiar? Is this what you find yourself saying (or thinking) these days? You?ve tried all the time management techniques. You?ve even upgraded your software and tried (unsuccessfully) to re negotiate your job objectives with your boss. And you have some talented people that are demotivated by doing the same duties month after month. Maybe it?s time to consider delegating an element or two of your job. Why We Don?t Like to Delegate But wait a minute! We managers are not natural delegators. We?re programmed to exercise our authority. 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