Who hit ..210 or under for most of the season.
The nominating process begins later this month. I will be high on Lankford.
Yes, workouts are open to the public.
The Cardinals' front office said in November that they didn't think Reyes would be ready for full-time duty until May 1. With all the early off days and potential rainouts, a May 1 start will enable the team better to marshal Reyes' innings.
Anybody would have interest in Duffy and Salazar. Or closer Herrera, for that matter.
I like the eight people you have there, but Wong will have to be better than Carpenter and Fowler to move up to the top of the order.
Well, Gibson is 82. So he might strike out only 200. The game has changed a lot, the players are much more athletic, there is much more science involved in managing, defending, etc. But I refuse to believe the players are any smarter because they don't spend as much time learning their craft in the minors.
I didn't think St. Louis ever would have to sell itself but perhaps those days are gone. We may have a better idea in the next ear of two.
There's always that chance but he's under control for two years. They can wait another year and see how much they like him.
That was a long time ago. But, without salt?
They have to turn it around in one year. There is little other option in this town. This isn't like Houston or Chicago or Philadelphia, where there is a lot of other sports entertainment.
A lefthander starter would be a nice diversion. Jaime Garcia, anyone?
Anybody who has managed six seasons in the majors, been to four postseasons and never had a losing year will be in some demand.
Detroit might be shopping Castellanos but is he that much better than Gyorko/Carpenter? But you always check. Fulmer, too.
I believe that is correct, but you're not going to see Moustakas sign a one-year unless it's in Kansas City and he's probably not going do it anywhere.
You're devoting four years to a pitcher who has spent significant time on the DL twice in last three years.
I could find a place for David Price but his health was sketchy last season. He is not from St. Louis, though, although there are some family ties in the area somewhere.
The Cardinals have numerous shortstop prospects in their system. If they're trading for one, he needs to be ready now.
No one ever has said the Cardinals were "determined" to get Donaldson. If there was a deal, there would be little or no guarantee that he would re-sign. That said, you always ask.
For whatever reason, which often defies me, pitchers want to know their "roles." And the rest of the team feels better if there is one horse they can rely on _ Jansen, Davis, Chapman, Kimbrel _ they can rely on.