"I think the mistake you make is thinking that you've got some magic dust that you sprinkle on him. There are some very capable people in Oakland, Jimmy being one of them, but I know [Athletics pitching coach] Curt Young, I know [Athletics manager] Bobby Melvin — they're really good at what they do," Showalter said. "Jimmy's got some work cut out for him, but he's certainly got a good pedigree and a history of having success. He's got a tough decision to make, but a good one. He's got people interested in him."