I already share that honor with the late, great Bob Broeg, who hired me and I wouldn't want it any other way.
In all likelihood, Robinson, unless Fowler has to go on IL.
I can recall second-year players making $8,000 bucks.
I would have interest. The Giants would want good young pitching. and maybe one of the raft of third base prospects the Cardinals have.
Portions thereof. He spelled my name right every time and I thanked him for the mentions.
I don't think he was quoted but I'm sure he was upset with himself, as well as the boys in blue.
This kind of stuff happens once in a while. I think the Dodgers and D-backs had three series in the first month or so last year.
I suspect Goldschmidt has a no-trade clause, which means he would, in theory, have no trade value. I would think Flaherty or Hicks would have the most value.
Shildty has a good feeling for game management. I rarely have seen him hornswoggled by another skipper.
Ozuna throws better than Tebow. And that's saying something.
He still wants to play. But you're right. He wouldn't, however, want to be away from his kids, who are playing a lot of baseball and perhaps softball.
The hitting coach can suggest these things. But the player has to pick his spots although he shouldn't reject trying them.
Hang in there. It will get better. But when?