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I think it speaks to the difficulty of the decision and all the factors that will come into play. The more and more I think about it and history and trends the more it seems like Pujols will go in with a blank cap -- and that's a disappointment. A century from how he'll be on La Russa's team, but not on a team, and I think the blank caps will stick out there in Cooperstown.
Next chat I will. Good point.
The player and the agent would say, nope. Because, you know why, they're not naive. They know why they would get a contract offer at this point, and they might even be insulted to think that a team would try to sneak one by them at the low-point of the season. Please, give them more credit. Baseball teams and agents are not conspiracy-conjuring evil geniuses. But they are far smarter than you imply with this question.
By the report time, which can be anywhere from 4 hours to 3 hours before first pitch, or on a day like this even later because of the night before. All players are usually present before the report time. The starting pitcher is given a later report time than the other players.
I didn't mention the Red Sox as a possible spot, or I didn't mean to. I meant to point out that the Red Sox are a team that makes deals like the one necessary. Not that they would.
That's where his stuff has been at its best.
This was discussed earlier in the chat. Scroll back. Mozeliak had comments about it.
There was not. They believe Norris will be available by Tuesday, held out some optimism that he could be ready for tonight, and they wanted to keep that possibility open.
I would imagine it better be New York. I heard that if you can make it there, you can make it anywhere. I will submit a sleeper pick, especially in the heyday of sportswriting, Philadelphia. The reputation that New York City has, Philly does its best to earn.
Three of the Cardinals runs were scored because of baseballs that -- combined -- missed his glove by about 3 feet. I would suggest that few other right fielders would even get that close. He lost one in the lights. He lost another at the wall -- and ran a crazy far way to even get that close. It's poetry that he came close and fell short and that's how the Cardinals won, but that he got close at all tells you the kind of fielder he is.
I heard the opposite from some Cubs fans. Interesting.
Red Schoendienst comes to mind.
Yeah, this is a curious absence given how often he was used. There has not been any explanation on this, but their actions always speak louder than their explanations -- and their actions at this moment has been to buy him some time to recover/rest in some way. If he does not appear or warm up this evening then it's more than interesting, it's news. And it could be a tell that there will be a move.
Doesn't appear that way, no.