No, I never dealt with the guy. But I'm glad more people are talking about their mental health struggles.
I believe Coach Drink is doing amazing work. But it's not like he inherited a dead-in-water program as Gary Pinkel did. What he did for the school was amazing.
In COVID times many business are preferring to deal with debit and credit cards.
How about Harrison Bader flying around for the Blues? Althought every time that helmet came off to expose his spectacular hair, Bader would have to come off the ice or get a penalty.
Also, the real games are weeks away,
I never got this the draft fascination. It's been a big deal for a decades. Why? Most of the drafted players wash out of the sport within handful of years.
The Blues had many, many Hall of Famers pass through here over the years. But accumulating enough of them at any one time was the challenge. Erratic management reared its head at every turn. Every time the Blues seemed on the brink of something big, disaster struck. And, yes, goaltending was a nagging problem in the post-Hall/Plante Era until Binnington stepped up with his classic star turn.
He reported no physical problems. His mechanics were off, as was his command. So this will be interesting to follow.
But Cardinals feel entitled to much more. And they are, given their level of support, but many fans tend take success for granted. Our job here is to put the team's success (or lack thereof) in context.
Let's see if the Dodgers actually win this year before we build statues for that staff. As Clayton Kershaw can tell you, what looks great on paper doesn't always work out on the field.
Yeah, I'm not sure what's left in the Jake Arrieta tank.
Accepting a lesser No. 1 goaltender to afford a better No. 2 is silly. Every team would like to have a guy capable of shouldering the Cup-winning load. Having that guy gives a team more confidence. Once a team believes in its goaltender, it's a much better team. It changes the way it plays.
We throw around the ideas virtually. We do a ton of Cardinals content and that requires coordination.
Now that the Mets have an owners willing to spend silly money, that big market franchise can finally outspend its mistakes. That will make a big difference.