I took a little hit when San Diego State lost but I did take Ohio U. And I trumpeted Loyola against the Illini. But I didn't put it down.
I just saw 92 from Flaherty. I don't see anything amiss. Alcantara just throws harder than Flaherty
I would play Edman there if Carpenter shows he can handle second. But DeJong could use more rest.
If he's top 50, then pretty much in baseball is wrong about Flaherty. He has to prove he belongs in top 10. But he needs to be an "ace" this year.
Well, yes. But the Cardinals got a couple of decent years out of Ozuna after he came over from Miami.
They wouldn't run him into the ground but Wainwright isn't going to be saving anything anyway.
Arenado and Goldschmidt each has received plenty of MVP consideration. For instance, Goldschmidt has finished second, third and sixth while playing for Arizona and Arenado has finished third, fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth for Colorado.
The 20s have a long way to go.
The difference, though, is that Bader has been here for a while.
Thank you. And. . . I hadn't considered that comparison but ask me in about 10 to 15 years. In the names you mentioned, you're talking about three Hall of Famers and three of the top of players of all time. And, of course, not mention about 2,000 home runs.
I hesitate to answer this until I see what problems develop during the season. They always could use some pitching help.
I predict that very few starters will be pitching into the seventh inning, let alone into the sixth at the start of the season. Perhaps even two months into the season. I wouldn't think the Cardinals would expect any more from Mikolas and Kim.
I don't have the answer to that one other than to say that this is spring training and the season is the season. Should there be similar results in the season, then the club has to think about doing something. Some of you people are treating this as if he is the Cardinals' cleanup hitter. He's a bench player. Perhaps he is the most talked about bench player in Cardinals history.
Carlson will get some time in center later this week.
With COVID-19, no greats from the past are around anymore except for Willie McGee, who is a coach.
Not a good play but it wasn't as bad as Flaherty's throw.