Then they will have to come up with a settlement offer that moves the needle in St. Louis. Easier said than done.
One man's money-saving move is another man's creating opportunity for internal options.
They've got a cool project announced last week that I'm writing about for Friday's paper. Stay tuned.
He's making himself some money, isn't he?
Two games are not much of a sample size. He had some good moments the other night against Arizona. Let it play out a little bit.
I was gonna say Max might be more open to playing for a manager who would actually let him pitch in postseason games, but then the Cardinals fired their manager . . . I'm not sure Scherzer is dying to play for the Cardinals like some hope he will be.
Angels made him an offer. Cardinals didn't. Simple as that.
No. Seager will get a bigger deal. If I got the names switched around, that was a brain fart.
I've said from the jump I think this goes to trial and the NFL appeals and tries to claw things back. However successful it could be, I don't know. Appeals courts are generally more conservative. But this being a Missouri state law issue and not a federal antitrust issue pushes things to a different playing field compared to other similar suits in the past. NFL approach is same as Kroenke's: delay and appeal until the very end.
You shouldn't be confused. If you think the Cardinals are chasing championships like the Dodgers, you are being fooled.
I'm in the set daily. The set was my truck.
I don't think he's a realistic candidate.
Can't go headbutting dudes. Hearing today. No word yet on what he's been handed.
He's been mentioned as a potential candidate, yep.
Oquendo endorsed Shildt for manager when he got the job. Ship has sailed for manager.