Some billionaires choose to run their team as a business, some run it as a vanity project. To each his own. Of couse billionaires can afford to underwrite losses. In most markets, their easy answer to the public is "I don't care to."
There doesn't seem to be much baggage there. He was unhappy in Colorado and that didn't seem to become an issue with his teammates.
Great players too. Marcus Demon, Kareen Rush, Kim Anderson (the player!), Rickey Paulding, big Arthur Johnson , , ,
I believe Tom Dore is one of the few Mizzou players to ever run over himself with his own car. He was THAT tall. Heck of broadcaster in later life.
Nah, I couldn't do sockeyes. Not in the more passive NHL.
Let's roll the dice with Alex Reyes.
Not sure on the cap. As for getting in, he is trending that way for sure. But will that trend with voters continue when some superstars hit the ballot?
Well, they can afford it. Private jets, big yachts, $340 million infielders . . . whatever makes you happy.
Well, now, they beg to differ.
You will have to ask the baseball guys that. I would guess no -- not as a slight to Ted, but at some point tou either draw a line or run out of numbers. There are more Hall of Famers to come.
That would be more popular than the Florida Panthers bringing back Kevin Spacey.
I have no background in marine biology, beyond the one family trip to Sea World.
Next year, no. Eventually, yes.
OK, that's it for today. Thanks for all the posts . . . except for the oddly-timed return of the Torts Troll. See you next time!