There's no reason to consider Carson Kelly trade bait.
Let's wait at least until May before giving up on Wong.
I would say Matt Carpenter at this point.
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I realize you love to ask these types of questions, but I think these are impossible to determine. Let's go with 25 home runs, 70 RBIs.
I've never covered a team in the Cactus League. I've only covered spring training there to write features on AL West teams. I don't have a favorite one these. I'm partial to the Yankees' stadium in Tampa.
The Cardinals have said they are committed to giving Wong a chance, so they need to see how he performs for an extensive period this year before they give up on him.
Keep in mind that Carpenter is set at first base. So I would assume Garcia would get the nod.
I wouldn't play Lehtera often, if that's what you're asking.
I hadn't set the schedule yet, but I probably will be focused on the Cardinals leading up to Opening Day. I'm sure you can understand.
The soccer community is really excited about having MLS here.
I would assume we'll see a lot of Luke Weaver this year.
That is a very good question. One of my bosses, Mike Smith, pointed out that Matheny actually gave Wong an extended look in 2015. So I would tap the brakes on my claim that Matheny needs to finally give Wong an extended look. I stand corrected.
The Longhorns aren't coming back home with any hardware. Trust me.
If they acquire Jose Quintana from the White Sox, I'll change my guess. If Alex Reyes were healthy, I would feel much more comfortable about the Cardinals winning 90 games. They probably won't win 90 games again until 2018.
I would say the Chargers. The Rams and Chargers might combine to win more games than the Patroits, but not by much.
I don't know. I really like the young talent in the Cardinals' farm system. I think they'll start to see the fruits of that talented depth in 2018 and 2019.
I'd go with the under on that one.