Or he is just getting old and his reaction time is off a tick. It does not take much to fall off in that sport.
Don't forget the Blues climbing into the stands at Philly. Epic stuff. If only we had SportsCenter then.
Or, his message could be this: "We have enjoyed 12 consecutive winning seasons, we just one another division title, we just went to another NLCS and no other team in a market this size comes close to the success we've enjoyed on my watch."
Genesis Cabrera . . . scatter-armed. Great potential, but he will need a lot more polish.
After another year, the Cardinals will be closer to the end of those deals and therefore should more willing to eat money and/or add more money.
Well, we'll see. Flaherty and Hudson are exactly graying and it all starts on the mound.
Keenan didn't ruin CuJo's career, but he really set him back. Joseph had an expiring contract. He tormented CuJo for a half season, then shipped his rights to Edmonton for Fuhr. CuJo played a stretch in the IHL before finally getting a contract with the Oilers. As for Fuhr, he had one good season season before injuries took his told. Iron Mike liked tough-minded guys. He didn't see that in CuJo and he did see that in Fuhr.
Another sensible post! Thanks!
If that ever happens, it will so far down the road that the human race may have invented other more interesting sports as well.
He is under contract, so he is training. That means he will get look. Where it goes from there . . . let's just say there is not much optimism.
Some folks reading this chat might actually think that is doable.
Like we say every week, Sanford is on the bubble. Fabbri fell off the bubble and never got back on. Bigger players can take time to fully develop, so the Blues are giving Sanford more looks. That said, Berube isn't charitable with his ice time and that's why the team is seeking alternatives up front.
My favorites in Motown could all play. Gordie Howe, Al Kaline, Dave Bing, Bob Lanier, Lem Barney, Charlie Sanders . . . watched them on my black-and-white TV or listened to games on the radio. I'm old.
Really haven't sampled the local media. The national media has killed them.
That sounds fair. The Cardinals would have some leeway to do that retool, too, since they are coming off a surprisingly successful season that gave them more cover with most fans.
So you are not banking on the Tyler O'Neill breakout?
Yeah, 'Hackgate" was not the Crime of the Century.
Oh you know some of these guys came up with cheat codes.
I believe our country has bigger fish to fry.