Have you not been reading the paper? Pham is quoted more than Musial.
I don't know about hippyish. I did not, however, often visit a salon, not to be confused with a saloon.
I predict that first base and third base next year will not be manned by the most recent occupants.
I should have included Pham in that listing although he has done that for just the one year in the majors. Pham is a player I admire.
Or perhaps fewer burgers.
I don't know how hard you throw anymore.
As far as I know, all players are either supposed to be in dugout or in bullpen unless they are getting treatment.
I like bunting runner over if I can trust my pitching . But I had hard time trusting the the bullpen. Overlooked in recent slide is that bullpen has been scored on in five straight games.
Fowler's contract, which has four more years to run, is hard to move. He will be here a while.
Ball parks are being configured for offense. Pitchers and pitching coaches pay more attention to runners now _ managers often call step-offs and throw-overs from the dugout. So, the answer is no.
Both are at fault for Leake's issues here. Their infield defense was not consistent. Nor was his location.
So far, Fowler, pending acquisitions.
Jedd Gyorko well could be a super utility player in the Ben Zobrist mold, much as he was last year. But Gyorko actually became a good defender at third base before he got hurt. Could he be traded? Anybody but Molina, probably Fowler (contracts ) and DeJong would be on the list of eligibles.
I doubt that Fowler will be the center fielder after next year and even into next year. As for Molina, he does lead the team in RBIs. In this lineup, he deserves to hit fifth or sixth.
Ray Lankford belongs in the Cardinals' Hall of Fame both for production and longevity. The key is for the committee to vote him as one of the eight finalists and then let the fans decide. Tommy Pham, to his credit, has had a 20-20 season. Lankford had five in seven years.
I have never seen so many mediocre teams in my life.
I foresee Mo and Girsch striking quickly this off-season while others might wait. That has been Mo's style before.
Fowler's contract is nothing like Heyward's. And Fowler's power and RBI numbers are at or over his career best. But he was miscast as a savior. He is a complementary player.
Where did you get your supply?
My point is that Carpenter is likely to end up at first _ he has been playing third. And somebody besides Carpenter will be playing third. J. Martinez will be an extra player.
The customer is always right. If the fans don't like what they see, they don't have to go.