He has been hurt, yes. Twice. And everything is a factor in the ask, for sure.
Absolutely. Let me see if I can find the story that had those comments.
Alas, no. I think the Windy City writers are still doing an excellent job covering the fallout from history, and if this past weekend is any indication they're in postseason form for a team that clearly isn't. The writers are ahead of the players in May. I did get a chance to cover the playoffs last season, even though there were no Cardinals in sight, and that's always a good exercise to drop in, find good stories, and then let someone else have to handle the parade. It's good to work other muscles.
I think you have me confused with Benjamin Hochman, maybe? I have listened to both of those bands, yes, specifically more of the Baseball Project.
He has played 21 games this season at Class AAA Pawtucket, and he's hit .206 with a .351 on-base percentage. He's still looking for his first home run of the season.
Nope on the sell high. Yes, on the worth more than before the season. That is the benefit of playing the season and letting a prospect get some more time. Terry Evans happens.
But it is the rules. So adapt.
Top five. Francona ahead, for sure. Bochy, too.
They already have. That's what you're seeing this week.
It's about 40/60 at this point. Would like to see what a factor his limited no-trade becomes, and what leverage that gives him.
They would have to give each player a qualifying offer. That's not going to happen for Peralta. That will happen for Lynn. And it's got to be doubtful for Oh because it's going to be greater than $17 million.
There's really no answer here other than look at the redundancies and trace back from there. Center fielder would be a place to start, right? So prioritize the group there and come up with Fowler, Sierra, Machado, and then a pick 'em maybe Bader, Garcia, Mercado, so you see there. Start with the pitchers and you could easily see how Fernandez or Hicks could be players moved because they have pitchers like Alcantara and Flaherty. Trace the depth chart contours, find the positions with the most names stacked and that's where the move can be made.
I'd be for it. But I haven't been asked.
He's had a good stretch. The Cardinals are pro-Broxton.
Both. He is rolling. They are eager to use him. And he's recovered well day to day with gaining strength. They were hyper-cautious with the late strain at the start of the season, so the worry has passed and the fastballs are sizzling.
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