Joe is not an old-timer, but he has been a top play-by-play guy for a long time. The only surprise to me is that it happened now and not a few years from now.
Sounds reasonable. Matchups drive these decisions, as do pitch counts and the eyeball test.
I believe he could play today.
They may not be pretty games, but they are important.
He has a contract for this year with the Blues so he can't do that. But he is getting to the point where either he sticks here with the Note or he goes home. He is about done with the AHL.
I believe they made their l decision for the right reason, but not even trying to play football was unrealistic from a business standpoint. Athletic departments may fold without football. Whether they should go away or not is a bigger discussion, but playing it halfway as the SEC did seemed more prudent.
Yeah, well, you'll just have to live with it.
He came out to talk about the Springfield camp recently. Girsch that is, not Fredbird.
Thanks for chipping in. With that, I must depart. Until next week. Stay safe!
All that money he will command in the market will be the killer.