Over 89.5, under 91.5. Is that what you mean? It's usually been in that range.
There is always a chance. This, too, however has not seemed to be something of interest.
Yes. His defense is ready. He's going to have some turbulent learning time offensively.
Yes, they will be. The Brewers will be a strong team. The Reds are better than you think. Cardinals are caught in a vice at this point and need a lot to go right to emerge from the group as the leader.
I do. Makes sense. Look what Mikolas got. Look what some of the other relievers got. Look at what Norris has done in his career.
Recent performance is heavily weighted when The Shredder does its math. Paul DeJong also rated high in the top 10 shortstops, and a year before there was similar fondness for recent production.
Noted. There are many examples of splits that don't agree with you.
It already has. You missed the first half of the season.
And the chat thanks you for this sacrifice.
1. Possible. 2. Doubtful.
Right. If he was the pitcher he was in the first half of last season.
Yes. The Cardinals are well-situated with depth of arms. They won't wonder who will start if they need someone to step in for an injured starter. They've got arms all the way down to Class AA that they could turn to in a pinch. For sure. Depth is not the same as quality, however. Just as in the bullpen quantity is not the same certainty. Yes, depth is valuable and needed and inevitably will be tested throughout the season for all of these teams. But it's better to have all facets covered -- depth, quality, quantity -- or at least two of the three than just lean on being the team with the best No. 7 starter when the other teams just hope they don't ever need their No. 7 starter.
Yikes! Things have gotten so bad in the projections that the Cardinals are even rated behind the Cardinals. It's true: PECOTA is out to get them when they can't even outrank themselves.
No. He's going to try both again this spring.
A hopper. There are only a few questions I'd prefer to shred. Most of them are vulgar.
No on Cobbs. No rumors on Cashner. And, yes, Cardinals would lose a pick.
Pretty optimistic take on the Cardinals' lineup. They share that view. And in that sense you get a faint outline of how data-driven their view of the team is, especially when something so data-driven like those rankings echoes their in-house view.