This assumes Miller is willing and able to pitch here. I'm not sure what the hold up is. If there is concern about losing somebody off the 40-man roster, there are no real issues there. Several useless players are still on that list.
I haven't seen much evidence of that in our realm lately. I can't say that I pay a lot of attention to other media outlets.
At this point, that is a good rule.
I assume he will continue working on the side and, hopefully, on his hitting mindset and confidence.
Carlos Martinez hasn't stayed in the rotation because that's what he wants. The same goes for John Gant. They are there because there has been no other choice.
As I said before, the goal for 2021 should be to avoid damaging 2021 and beyond.
It was Tommy's turn to talk and he answered a question after a team just had a big meeting. It's not like he demanded a soapbox.
The Cardinals have never pled poverty. The Cardinals see high-end free agents as risky investments that make teams less competitive, not more competitive. There is plenty of evidence of that.
That's the cold reality of it.
When did Edman question management?
Yes, the Canadiens and Islanders proved the Blues can use the same formula they used in 2019 again. Hockey is unique that way, it allows teams without superstars to win as teams.
Trading Tkachuk for Tarasenko would be criminal negligence, regardless of what else the Blues threw into that deal. I would assume that would be punishable in Alberta by severe prison term.
Yeah, Molina's body language during Carlos' starts speaks volumes.
To me, the difference between the Cardinals and those Astros teams was the Astros had a long list of excellent hitters in their prime. The Cardinals? Not so much.
There were some strike throwers out on the dunking booth circuit. Maybe Randy Flores should have a guy working the county fair circuit.
Wait, what, I didn't insult anybody today? Oversight!
Management always takes input from trusted players as part of the process. The eye test is key, as well as gut feeling just being around the group.
Yeah, Blues fans weren't sorry to see him flop. Hard summer ahead in Vegas.
The universal DH that baseball will have after the next work stoppage.
Hey, it's living. Thanks for coming along on the ride.