The Cardinals play the Twins. To my knowledge the game is still on.
It should be an upgrade, since Buchnevich has another level offensively and he can play in all situations.
Well, they might note those three immediate NL Central rivals that have gone the tank-and-rebuild route, either intentionally or unintentionally.
These moves had no impact on the team finances.
Their better prospects are not on their 40-man roster.
I was being sarcastic about Thomas. He looked utterly lost in his last two MLB trials and his minor league numbers are unexceptional. The Cardinals have several better prospects.
New in the team meal room: pudding.
Trevor Story will be an obvious target.
No idea what they're thinking.
It's been fun. Reminds me of the old Rams chats.
I get a lot of mail reminding me to sign up Medicare. Maybe they can stick around long enough to do some public service spots.
Say, is that yellowing tartar sauce on his sweater?
Neither the Twins nor Nationals were in fire sale mode at that point.
I haven't seen get much play in the independent prospect rankings.
I believe that discovery was made.
Check out the TV deals that the Dodgers and Yankees have. If the Cardinals raked that kind of coin, they could have similar payrolls.
Yes, I am surprised. But teams that aren't used to stacking up winning seasons or reaching the postseason will do crazy things. And so will teams in markets that allow them to just throw money around.
Sure, because the team may simply not have any other option at the end of the day.