As a blogger, I am very used to asking people from other SB Nation sites for scouting reports about other pitchers. Considering Rothschild pitched in the MLB as much as Brian Schlitter has, I'm not going to ask about his pitching scouting report. What I am going to ask for is a scouting report of his style and talents as a pitching coach.
Any information, I have heard and read that he tends to not be aggressive on two strike counts, instead of teaching players to finish he teaches them to nibble in these situations. Is that true? What are his strengths and weaknesses, and did the Yankees make a good hire?
Thanks in advance, and for whoever asked about Dave Eiland in Al's post, Eiland wasn't bad, but didn't really give Yankees fans too much to be enthused with. He primarily got the job because he had worked with the majority of the Yankees young pitchers already and while I didn't personally find anything wrong with him, I didn't find anything that he was wonderful at, either.
Eiland's personal issues were never revealed.