Derek Jeter’s decisions as CEO of the Marlins have come under question recently, and there isone move that might just be the worst one yet.Longtime scoutMarty Scottwas let go from the Marlinsjust three days after undergoing colon surgery to remove a cancerous tumor and polyps from his colon. Scott was told he had cancer in August and would https://www.padresedges.com/san-diego-padres/eric-hosmer-jersey need a kidney transplant becauseof diabetes.While laying in a hospital bed recovering from surgery, Scott was toldthathis contract, which expired Oct. 31,would not be renewed.Scott’s career in baseball dates back 40 years in various rolesasa scout, farm director and manager. In Wil Myers Jersey 2011, Scott joined the Marlins as vice president and in recent years has worked as a scout. Despite his loyalty to the franchise and the game, he says, “DerekJeter doesn’t owe me anything.”Probably in their hearts they did what they thought was right. I know based on certain aspects of the game, I probably was making too much money,” Scott told Yahoo Sports .”But we all love the game. We’re all in it together. I just think 40 years was worth more than a spank on the butt and see you later.I’m very hurt. Forty years in baseball, I let a lot of people go. I never, ever fired somebody 10 days, 15 days before their contract was up. If I knew I was going to fire somebody, I did it at the beginning of September.The Marlins decision to let go Cory Spangenberg Jersey of Scott adds question to the image Jeter is creating. Jeter has only been Marlins’ CEO for two months, but according to Yahoo Sports, he has already reduced the roles of four prominent front-office figures, fired several baseball-operations officials, offered up reigning National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton on the trade marketand promised to slash the team’s payroll.