The Omar Minaya-Jim Hendry matchup is now closed, with Hendry burying Minaya, 721-147, thanks to a cascade of votes from angry Mets fans. Minaya goes home, probably to troll for another catcher or something; Hendry advances to Round 2, where he'll face a formidable opponent in Ed Wade. Ken Williams-versus-Wayne Krivsky is still open, so get your votes in. We'll finish that matchup and start the quarterfinals tomorrow night. The top four seeds have been waiting, watching, working on their foul shots, and they're ready to show these Round 1 pretenders what being a bad GM is really about.