That is one possibility being kicked around.
Maybe he and Charlie Finley but Finley wasn't far off the mark sometimes.
It's been a long time since Oakland did very much for the A's, so I don't know what's next. The A's have exhausted many options. I'd be OK with Las Vegas having the team. Football and hockey are doing well there.
That's certainly a debatable issue. But until Rose's suspension is lifted, we have no way to vote for him on any sort of ballot.
There are losing teams in every sport, for reasons that go beyond tanking. How about the Lions? They're trying, aren't they? And the Knicks were awful for a long time, until just recently. Sometimes, teams are just mismanaged.
The Pirates and Orioles are kind of test cases here. They must be more competitive somehow, some way.
I took the Redbird Express bus.
You raise two good points. My understanding is that he is not too keen on an interview but I will attempt.
Bob Broeg hired me in 1971. I am very familiar with both the works of both men, who were good friends.
I could do with about half as many commercials, whatever the approach might be.
Players who are in the minors for 10 years or so actually can made some pretty decent salaries. That's why they continue playing. But many never get to catch their dream or get on the pension plan.
Maybe Jim Lindeman or Geronimo Pena. Or Andy Rincon. There are a few others.
They didn't see Plummer fitting into their outfield, apparently, with the ones they have and Burleson on the way.
Probably because many voters then, as now, were from the East Coast, who didn't see Musial play as much, especially with no interleague play and modest television.
Rivera was the strongest candidate ever--at any position--because he unquestionably was the best at what he did.
It will when they consider extensions for older players. But not ones for players ahead of their free agency times.
I would be surprised if Gorman was on the opening-day roster unless he is just too good to ignore. But his spring this past season wasn't very good.
I have picked one off the floor. I didn't duck but the ball hit near my area. I flipped it back into the stands.
I already had pointed out the fact he scored 91 runs and stole 30 bases. Those sound like good leadoff stats. So was getting three hits in five at-bats when the rest of the team had two in the ultimate game. His .308 OBP wasn't very good but I bet it was worse when he hit down in the order. He can learn to walk more.