There are many other obstacles to landing Arenado, including his opt-out after the 2021 season. Could the Cardinals rent the Greatest Third Baseman of All-Time? Again, that seems unlikely given the high trade price among other things.
That came out in 1934, or just before I was born. This is the first I've heard of it.
Dylan Carlson seems likely to at least start the season at Memphis. Again, we need to chill the Carlson hype. We don't want another Jim Lindeman Scenario.
It is amazing to remember how big indoor soccer was for so long. It still has a place, but so much smaller.
An optimist! We don't see much of that in these parts.
Not sure about that, to be honest. I would be favor of that.
Always come back to "Miracle."
The pitching money is getting really big. And the Cardinals have a lot of starting pitching. I was surprised to see the Bumgarner speculation because of that. As for Dallas . . . whoa, that could also be dangerous since he could get more years than anybody could have guessed.
That would be a better question for the Derrick or Rick.
Also, he had a skater boy vibe. Some variety in the clubhouse is good, although I guess he became a bit of an outcast. That's never a good thing.
You are dead on about knowing what your bosses want before you dive into the coaching candidate pool. To narrow down your choices to guys who might not get approved . . . .I can't believe he let that happen. I believe Sterk also overestimated the quality of candidates he would ultimately get to pick from and/or how much money it would take to improve his choices. And, again, if you aren't sure you can get an upgrade that satisfies the bosses, why fire the coach?
Not necessarily. Steven Stamkos went all the way to the wire, the signed a team-friendly deal in Tampa. I don't think there is much mystery here. I believe Armstrong has a limit and if Pietrangelo wants to chase the last dollar he will be free to do so. The Blues will go for it all again this season, the readjust if Alex leaves. If he turns into a rental player for this spring, so be it.
We keep hearing about a fan boycott but we never actually see one. Some fans drop off, but so far others have taken their place.
I do not have a vote so, to be honest, I have not given that much thought. But if I had a vote, I would put Clemens and Bonds on it. How can you really keep them out of the Hall of Fame? Jeter is a unanimous guy and Schilling earned his nod. After that, I have to think about it.
He profiles as a middle reliever. Too wild for high-leverage relief work, not polished enough to start, but stretched out to work multiple innings.
No, because, again, Edman is quite capable of stepping in if Carpenter fails.
People here don't seem to like guys who wear bowties.
Mizzou football. It's the SEC and a lot of alums are over here, still somewhat engaged with their school.