That is a very good question. It might still be Matt Carpenter.
Sorry about that. Let's see how the Memphis game plays out. Most of the decisions were set this weekend. Jose Martinez got a backup slot when Pham was sent down.
Since when is $60 million modest? Are you so rich that you think $60 million is modest. That is $60,000,000. Those are a lot of zeroes. There's nothing modest about $60 million unless you're a billionaire, perhaps.
Good question. I don't think I've seen a lighter side of Mike. I think he's guarded around the media, but I do sense a tender side when he is talking about his family. I sense Mike always sees ulterior motives in our questions. I may be wrong, but I sense that. I do know that he was quite different as a player with the media.
I don't think he's a troublemaker. He just answered a question candidly. I don't think he sought to ask for a trade.
Trust me, the Cardinals know that Gyorko is a pro's pro.
The vote will be held on Tuesday. MLS hasn't said when they will award the franchise.
This is a very good point. Safety is important too.
Many independent studies have shown that cities get returns on tax subsidies they give to those types of companies, although I concede that some would disagree. On the other hand, no independent study has ever shown that the investments on stadiums make sense for communities.
You want me to credit millionaires for taking $60 million and giving back $5 million. I'll do that if you give me $60 bucks and are cool if I give you back $5 over the next 20 years.
I assume he'll land in Houston. It seems to make the most sense, but you never know.
In what sense? I need context to this question.
I'd probably say baseball.
I actually haven't been around the Blues enough since the transition to be able to say what the biggest difference is.
I wouldn't expect more than usual with that fan base. They may burn the place down, however, after the last football game.
Man, I hope you're right. Still, I'd rather see the Blackhawks in the second round.
I think everybody knows the Cardinals weren't ready to invest in offense. I made the case over and over for Encarnacion. That ship sailed.