He is going to so flattered.
But so far there isn't much to second-guess there.
I couldn't park my '72 Buick LeSabre without crashing into things, so I was never going to pass the driving test for waste hauling. I'm sure that job pays better than my first two media jobs.
Can the PD run a trace on chatters? Not sure about that. I know I can't tell what your registration information was. We supposedly had some ability to block repeat violators, but they kept coming back for a while. That has subsided lately.
Yeah, they had a couple of downturns that got totally out of hand. By the time they got to a more manageable portion of the schedule with a better frame of mind, it was too late. Perhaps it was for the best, since the Blues avoided signing any more burdensome contracts.
How fun is he to watch? All that Juan Soto MVP talk? Forget it I could see Acuna running away with that, especially with stolen bases becoming more of a thing.
Enjoy the beach. We'll be jealous back here.
Congrats on that. I've got to make my long-awaited return to Chuck E. Cheese Saturday, this time for Grandkid No. 1.
Obviously some of these execs did not see Walker in this spring training, where he built on the progress you cited. They may be leaning on the early scouting reports of him coming out of high school.
That is a fair points others have raised. Hard to play center field at less than full tilt.
Simply distancing yourself from the family by going further down the beach doesn't really change that dynamic. Not that I ever tried that.
Shattenkirk was an elite power-play quarterback in his prime, very much like Torey Krug. He could skate the puck to different attack points in the offensive zone and force the PK to start chasing. Faulk has a much bigger point shot, but he is more stationary on the power play. On the flip side, he has become fairly well-rounded and a better defender than Shattenkirk -- or Krug for that matter.
I keep trying to pretend I'm not old, which is why my left knee no longer works as well after my attempts to play basketball at 66. I don't have an old guy hat, but I might need to start being honest with myself and get one.
I believe in that instance that Matthew DeFranks would be on the scene for us. I welcome any chance to go to that city. Is there a better weekend stop? Chicago has lost some luster with me due to the big money pushing out some of the fun spots downtown.
He has served fair warning that he will be back. Hopefully the gentle, constructive criticism he gets will make him better going forward.
The good young talent in those leagues get drafted. Teams hold on to those rights. But there are some older free agents who emerge from time to time. The success rate of older KHL players making the jump is not great because the KHL pace is too ingrained in their play.
Assembling such a network would be hard because MLB wants to swoop in and grab local baseball properties as they become available. Where that leaves the NHL and NBA, I'm not sure.
Marmol nods at your last point. And, yes, managers and coaches should handle each individual differently because they respond differently to motivational triggers. You can have a universe standard of hard play and yet manage each guy a little differently.
Doug Armstrong knew he could not let this team crater and stay bad for a long time, like the Blackhawks. That would kill sales here. This strong finish has no doubt kept business going. It will be interesting to see if the team does take a hit on the premium seating.
OK, that's it for today. See you next time!