I'm sure he's not too upset, just look at the Marlins the past few years...he's already used to last place
I actually find the idea of a baseball (or any professional sport really) president/general manager trying Survivor kind of appealing. David wasn't a very good choice, the Marlins won the World Series his first year with a team he inherited, and haven't amounted to much of anything since. And it should be mentioned that the Marlins owner is his stepfather. But reading and manipulating people is a trait of any successful sport executive. For one thing, they have to read their players well, and decide when it's time to part ways, and part of the job is attempting outsmart their colleagues from other teams. Again as a Nationals fan I'm biased, but their team president, Mike Rizzo, pulled off some fairly lopsided trades that benefited the Nationals. Billy Beane's a very well known exec regarded as a genius who recently had book and movie made about him. I think it would be interesting to see how those bargaining and negotiating skills would translate into Survivor, and I can see why someone of that background would be on the Brain tribe, it's just a shame they didn't pick a particularly successful one.