My dad didn't have to tell me to hate the Cubs.I was told by my dad @ age 5 that the only thing in life I should hate is the chicago cubs.
I have followed my dad's advice to the letter
But I agree about Lester
He has been great since that first game debacle.
He seems to like the cards and I doubt he would cost above the cards thoughts relating to salary
What happened to the "" Respect your elders ""..........back in circa 1956 there was a lot less hate in the world....My dad got a lot of grief from my mom.....Not that he told me to hate the Cubs , just to hate anything......My dad and I just smiled at each other after mom left the room..........My dad didn't have to tell me to hate the Cubs.
Yep, Lester was a great add.
Depends on how much he asks for, but the Cardinals should try and resign Lester. Who would have thought that after his first game with them. He would have 3-4 more wins if the bullpen had held on.
Pretty sure Kim was signed for only 2 years.I wouldn't be opposed to Lester being back but there may not be enough room on the starting staff for him. Flaherty and Wainwright will be back. Hudson will be back after TJ. That's 3 spots right there. Mikolas and Kim are still signed too. Plus you may have guys like Liberatore and Zack Thompson that may get major league looks. And who knows maybe even Oviedo gets a look during spring training.
I’ve seen enough of those walk-off wins by the Brewers against us.10 in a row.......................4 game lead in wildcard standings..........................My stomach was flip-flopping when Shildt decided to walk Yelich , but it panned out....
Cardinal baseball..............whew !!!!!!!!!!!
The umpire missed the call at first. He called him out and was definitely safe. Got overturned. At least Gallegos didn’t throw the ball into centerfield.I was watching GameDay with full count on Cain and I just felt like it was better to turn score off and just come look at it later. Way less stressful that way.
10 in a row.......................4 game lead in wildcard standings..........................My stomach was flip-flopping when Shildt decided to walk Yelich , but it panned out....
I thought if anyone other than Vogelbach was on first base he would have scored on Wong's double. Vogelbach was plodding along like a Clydesdale hitched to a beer wagon. (Not a team of horses, just one pulling the wagon alone.) If Wong didn't have to slow down because of Vogelbach he may have tried for 3rd. It's all conjecture but if he did make it to 3rd he would have scored the Brewers second run on Adames SF. I was surprised when Counsell didn't put a pitcher in for him as a pinch runner.Thought Wong got them in the 8th.
Looks like the Cardinals made the Padres mad!