Have you sent a note to John Mozeliak?
Yeah, all those Cup rings are alluring.
Absoltely not my department. I have just glanced at the logo/colors. I do like a bold red for soccer. That's the limit of my insight on this.
That is not an unfair description. More than likely the takeaway from this season will be the experience a lot of younger guys get filling in. Perhaps that will set them up a bit better for 2021.
Being locked in a room in Chicago is even worse than being locked in a room in Milwaukee. On a ballplayer budget, you can eat and drink well in the Windy City. Being trapped in a room there can't be fun.
Good to see you already turn on the MLS. Get it out of the way early.
Faulk is a pretty good player. I'm not writing him off yet. But, yes, those blind passes into the middle of the ice in his own zone can be a bit irksome, especially since he is not exactly putting up Erik Karlsson numbers at the other end.
Torts has been coaching since 2000, won a Cup in 2004 during a different era, then came up short in New York, failed horribly in Vancouver. So far his has won one best-of-seven series in five years in Columbus. Berube has a rapport with the core group of Blues that are going to be around a while, Only a moron would suggest firing him.
This way more deadly than the common flu. So, yeah, every civilized country in the world is taking it very seriously. If you want to blow it off, fine. Just don't infect anybody in the vulnerable population group.
The kid can play. Imagine what he could have done at Mizzou had he been healthy in that one year.
No, it could get absolutely terrifying. I hope Mike Shildt packed lots of antacid for the car ride to Chicago.
And then I would be rich.
Have the Cubs clinched the NL Central yet? What a fabulous start. That bullpen is still iffy, but the offense and the rotation have been outstanding and the group has its buzz back. So much for the midseason fire sale some of us expected.
I don't miss them. Also, I don't miss the shorts.
I don't know that there is a good way to go here. I can't see the fall working in this environment. A third of the country thinks COVID is no big deal, so the virus will rage out of control. Starting a "spring season" in the winter might work to some degree, at least for the NFL, but then pushing back the next fall season to mid-fall to create recovery time would be problematic. This would be hard, unless you had two eight-game seasons. And are short seasons going better economically than taking a year off and relaunching? I don't know, No good answers.
Geez, the last time we saw him in public he was roaming the upper deck at Busch all by himself. He looked pretty forlorn up there. I believe he has been following protocol. I haven't seen social media shots of him on the crowded Wheelhouse dance floor.
Teams are free to go outside the organization to add players. Many teams have done that, trading for players or picking them off the pile As far as adding players internally to the 60-man group, I am not sure about that.
Adam Wainwright has Game 1, Dakota Hudson has Game 3 and Game 2 could be a parade of relievers. The closer? That's to be determined and it could be filled by a very large committee.