No. I gave the answer in the answer. Did I missing something ...?
Not clear yet. But not nearly as much as some folks in the chat will apparently want.
Brought him up earlier in the chat as the former Cub who is going to come up, and that fans should be ready for the Rizzo conversation.
No worries. Hope it's easy to find!
What an outfield that was. Imagine if KC had kept them together ...
Counting numbers. He did not hit the magic ones in a time when those seemed to carry names up the ballot and into Cooperstown. I really, truly hope that it's not because he has 398 home runs and not 400 ...
He famously was on the opening day roster. It was a whole thing.
I was pretty sure I did. Wanted to be clear.
Almost every team, and that would include the Cardinals, is interested in that trade except, to date, the one that matters. The Angels.
No. There was a direct quote from Jeff Albert saying that wasn't the case.
Very fair point. Such an odd trend, and while not special to St. Louis it is certainly heightened in St. Louis.
At the moment, the Cardinals' thinking is that they would like to add a proven bat to the lineup so that the young players are bonus, additions to the authority and depth and strength of the lineup, not the basis of it going into the season. If Walker, Burleson, Gorman, Carlson, et. al. can be the bounce that turns an excellent offense into an elite one is an approach they'd like to take. They way they are describing things currently, they don't want Burleson to be that protection for the Arenado, Goldschmidt tandem.
Probably not. That's as St. Louis as Toasted Ravioli.
It was not accidental. 500 is not the benchmark it once was. Heck, Sosa isn't even on the ballot.
Not at the moment. There was a time... Heck, he thought he was about to be traded to the Cardinals once. Was calling around to players to find out what to expect living in St. Louis ...
Less attention. No less stock.