For this year, no, the Cardinals should not count on him. We've seen again and again how tough it is to come back from TJ Surgery.
And that's an insult to Gabriel. There are other places on that payroll to cut to get the captain his coin.
My favorite pro coach is the "quality control coach" in football and baseball. If you need somebody to control quality, maybe the rest of the staff isn't good enough. (I know it's not that simple, but geesh. This is not rocket science.)
Yeah, but again, I don't see this pitchng shortage as a multi-year disaster. The Cardinals might want to waiting on 2022 commitments until they get a better read on all the 2021 injuries. So that could work against Minor.
But the pitchers took "improve my grip" to another level -- tactical use of substances to improve spin rate.
The Kraken will be able to build a very, very good first year team -- and there are some bad teams out West. So the will win some games. But I am not sure they can hope to do as well as Vegas did in goal and their coaching choice seems uninspired.
It's fair to say that he has presented an overly positive view of his team's effort on many nights.
DeWitt has been thrilled by the franchise's steady success, excellent attendance and crazy franchise appreciation during the Mozeliak Era.
Just wait, there will be plenty of big trades. There are some excellent playoff races and several teams are dealing with injuries or suspensions.
They won seven of their last 12 games and won a series at San Francisco. After losing 18 of 24, that qualifies as stablization. Key hitters are trending the right way and Kwang Hyun Kim has given the team a second reliable starting pitcher. Baby steps.
Some people miss NFL football, but I can't imagine that anybody misses Kroenke.
I have to work ahead on most of them. I get up early, but not THAT early.
Those guys are doing OK at Memphis, which sets them apart from guys who have not done OK at that level. But at this point I don't think either player is more than a depth guy at this point. It's not like they are putting up Adolis Garcia numbers there.
Yeah, there was a pretty steep falloff for about half of the roster, which explains the team's predicament.
There hasn't been as much chatter about that this week. The Cardinals could build an edge with speed and defense if they can get the rest of their offense into gear.
If Vegas would take the full cap hit and send something nice back, sure. That would help the Blues improve. If would also prevent Vegas from addressing more pressing needs.
The postseason report on him was OK. If he wasn't OK, then the Blues would expose him in the expansion draft.
There are some viable pitchers out there, but prices on them are higher than spare outfielders. It looks like the Cardinals have found a few bargains so far, so let's see what happens next. They will need more before Flaherty and Mikolas attempt their comebacks.
The Cardinals held him back. Unlike you, they could see him getting called up before the end of the year.