Because he's not good enough.
I don't see the need for Chisholm. Nor do I think trading both Yepez and Gorman is a great call. Nor do I see the Marlins trading two starters in one trade. But I like the ambition of that.
Yeah, that was Harry Ornest slashing payroll. And say what you want about Harry, he saved the team and found a good buyer.
Can't make it tonight. Lots of interesting people in that group. For me, Scotty Bowman would be tops.
Well, this team needs defensemen. They have found forwards with their top picks in recent years, so they definitely need to target the blue line.
The Cardinals have six starting pitchers coming back, so I'm not sure there was much of an effort to pay him the going rate and guarantee him a spot over the top five guys under contract.
I do not expect the team to lose 100 games. Nor do I expect the franchise sale.
Well, that's better than being the Phillies and Padres of the 2010s, falling woefully short year after year after year.
Well, the fans show up every year because the product is good every year. The team is always in the chase and it always features marketable players.
Well, somebody has to set the low bar for the rest of us to clear.
Profar has mostly played in the outfield the last few years, so I don't see the fit. If the Cardinals do move DeJong, that would open up some more 2B work for Gorman and perhaps DH work for Burleson, if Walker doesn't crowd the outfield/DH realm.
Boras had nothing to do with the metal plate that is helping keep Correa's ankle in place. He did the best he could with that.
The Cardinals haven't agreed with that assessment.
Both guys can look awkward when Blues defensemen let multiple interlopers whack at the puck in the crease.
They did. And they tormented Clayton Kershaw, too.
I wouldn't guess nearly that high. But I can see a nine-digit deal in his future if he stays healthy and pitches well.