It's still way too early to assume the Cardinals will panic if Mikolas has another rough spring outing. Trust me, they're committed to having him in the rotation. He would have to completely bomb this spring to scare the Cardinals' front office into a rash decision.
My point in that statement was that clearly players must be educated into understanding what constitutes sexual assault so that SLU players in the future don't end up in the type of Title IX investigation that occurred this year.
Actually, call me homer, but I'm even more optimistic about the season. As my blog will show later today, this young pitching corps could be special and carry the Cardinals a long way, either this year or next.
Flaherty is the only top pitching prospect who has faced the Orioles today so far. Am I missing something.
I have not seen a radar gun reading on Reyes yet. Sorry.
I promise you I didn't label them sexual predators.
How would you like us to hold Yeo accountable? We have pointed out that the power play has been horrible. I promise you that if there is one coach in this state who doesn't deserve any second guessing it's Cuonzo Martin. I'm sure he's doing what is best for Porter and his team. Martin has a very young team, and he's done such a good job he deserves serious consideration for SEC Coach of the Year.
Motte put another zero up today. The odds aren't exactly in his favor in terms of roster spots, but he's the type of savvy veteran who will be given a definite chance to pitch his way onto the roster.
I expect those men to sign at some point this spring.
Yairo Munoz is not messing around this spring.
St. Louis will get an MLS franchise one day. It might take 10 more years, but it will get an MLS franchise.
That is a good question. Perhaps they can make it equal by stating that Division I athletes are entitled to X percentage of the profit their specific sports bring in. Therefore, if you play on a team that loses money you don't get paid, but you do get paid if you play on a team that turns a profit. Please understand, though, that I haven't exactly gone through hours of research to submit a plan to the NCAA.
I think we'll have to wait until some teams start having injuries in camp.
Thank you. I wonder if Yeo worries about the parallels there. I also wonder if he'll regret the punitive skating session he ordered a few weeks ago. He cracked the whip after an embarrassing performance, but the team didn't exactly respond with consistent winning. You cannot go to the whip too often, and now his team has completely crumbled.
I don't know, but I'm sure he might be a decent option in goal. It couldn't hurt, right?
Football and baseball long ago stopped stopped being serious contenders for top talent. I don't think a baseball player is going to stop playing baseball and start playing basketball just because basketball players get paid in college.
The Cardinals closed some of the gap on the Cubs in terms of the lineup. The Cubs' rotation is rated higher, but I think the Cardinals will have at least one other front-end starter come up and dominate from the farm system. I could envision Martinez and Reyes being an impressive one-two atop the rotation heading into the pennant chase.
I'm assuming you mean Tyler O'Neill. He's an intriguing player to watch this spring.
I agree that not every college could afford to pay the players, which is why those schools can go down to Division II and give scholarships to players who would be willing to play for the great benefit of an expensive education. That's why I said I would like to see one or two super conferences and then a pure amateur Division II.