The St. Louis Cardinals finished July with deficit.

Zareklamuj swój salon. Tutaj można przedstawiać działalność salonów i gabinetów fryzjerskich i kosmetycznych.
Regulamin forum
Jedna uwaga: Tematy wątków zaczynamy od nazwy miasta/miejscowości w której zlokalizowany jest salon. Np.: Warszawa - ul.Konopnickiej 77/5 Salon Fryzjerski "Twój Styl"
zhangzk
Amator
Amator
Posty: 33
Rejestracja: 13 gru 2018, 08:13

The St. Louis Cardinals finished July with deficit.

Post autor: zhangzk » 15 maja 2019, 02:41

They were still in the race for a wild card http://www.dodgersfanproshop.com/authen ... ncy-jersey , but after trading outfielder Tommy Pham to Tampa Bay, they didn’t seem like a team that was on the verge of making a serious run at the postseason.Then the Cardinals began playing some of their best baseball of the year.St. Louis is 14-4 this month, and even after a loss to Milwaukee on Sunday, the Cardinals are just four games behind the division-leading Cubs. Philadelphia (68-56) and Colorado (68-56) lead the race for the National League wild cards, with Milwaukee (69-57) percentage points behind and St. Louis only a half-game back.The Cardinals took advantage of a soft spot in their schedule, beating up on the Marlins and Royals earlier this month. But over the past week, they also went 5-2 against the Nationals and Brewers. So far in August, St. Louis leads the NL in batting average, on-base percentage and ERA. Matt Carpenter has hit 14 home runs since the All-Star break and leads the NL with 33.It’s been just over a month since the Cardinals fired manager Mike Matheny and replaced him on an interim basis with Mike Shildt. St. Louis has plenty of challenges ahead — its next six games are on the road against the Dodgers and Rockies — but the Cardinals have done enough to climb clearly into contention in the wild race for the NL’s postseason spots.Elsewhere around the majors:RISING STARRonald Acuna Jr. is showing why he was considered one of the game’s top prospects coming into the season. The 20-year-old Atlanta outfielder is hitting .355 with 12 homers and 24 RBIs since the All-Star break. His 1.191 OPS over that span is the best mark in the National League for anyone with more than 60 at-bats.Acuna hit leadoff homers in three straight games before Miami’s Jose Urena hit him with his first pitch Wednesday night.ON A ROLLOakland took two of three from Houston and now trails the Astros by only a game atop the AL West. The Athletics were actually tied for first before dropping the series finale Sunday.On the morning of June 16, the A’s were 34-36 and trailed Houston by 11 ½ games. They were also 11 behind Seattle for the second wild card. Since then, Oakland is 40-14.DOUBLE TROUBLEThe Pittsburgh Pirates made a splash at the trade deadline when they acquired right-hander Chris Archer from Tampa Bay, but they’re nine games out in the NL Central after splitting four games with the Cubs.Pittsburgh allowed only four runs in that series but dropped the first two games by identical 1-0 scores. The Pirates hit into seven double plays in Friday’s game.HIGHLIGHTThe Texas Rangers got out of a bases-loaded, nobody-out jam with a triple play against the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night. Third baseman Jurickson Profar made a diving stop on David Fletcher’s one-hopper and stepped on third for a force play. He also tagged Taylor Ward, the runner who started the play at third, when Ward left the bag. Then Profar threw to second for another force.Some of the Angels’ runners may have been confused, since at first it was hard to tell whether Profar had gloved Fletcher’s grounder on a short hop or caught it on the fly. It was the first time since 1912 that a team pulled off a triple play without the batter being one of the outs.LINE OF THE WEEKJose Bautista hit a grand slam and had seven RBIs for the New York Mets as they routed Philadelphia 24-4 in the opener of a doubleheader Thursday. It was quite a turnabout for the Mets Sandy Koufax Jersey , just over two weeks after they were beaten 25-4 by Washington. Everybody has reported. Sightings are everywhere. Full workouts today. And first game this Saturday. Welcome back, baseball!"Everybody has reported. Sightings are everywhere. Full workouts today. And first game this Saturday. Welcome back, baseball!Full squad workouts start today...........But guess who we already have in the batting cage............And this Saturday we get our first ST game, against the Giants.Splurge on these Welcome-Back-Baseball-HaloLinks:A Little Bit Of Angels NewsThe Angels grabbed Dan Jennings to an MiLB deal. That’s a left-handed reliever most recently with the Brewers, who will be in Tempe trying to earn a post............And last seasons Rule 5 guy, Luke Bard, was picked back up to a MiLB deal.............Yep. We are edging ever closer to That Day. In this article where Pujols and Ohtani both are trying to aim for Opening Day (Pujols seems like a lock), Albert was asked if, after his last two flame-out seasons, he had anything to prove in 2019. His response: “I don’t need to show anybody, man...” Pride fashions the garments for denial......It gets worse, though. Albert was quoted as projecting himself to play 162 games. That can only come at some cost to Shohei Ohtani.......Hey, Albert. You already be broked. And we haven’t seen anybody able to fix you for years now...........Here is your full run-down of the LAA farm system staff. How many names do you recognize?..............And it’s not just having staff. It’s having a major overhaul of the whole approach to coaching, training, and development. Like joining the rest of MLB is the use of tools such as Rapsodo and Edgertronic. Here is telling testimony, coming from Tyler Skaggs: “I’ve learned more in the past month than I have in the past four or five years.” Skaggs has only had 4 semi-significant seasons of MLB ball..............Percy & Ersty were swapping more then lineup cards over the weekend............Hey http://www.dodgersfanproshop.com/authen ... ncy-jersey , isn’t this how guys can get butt-hurt?..............Luis Valbuena, now resting alongside Nick Adenhart...............Everywhere In BaseballWe get to start seeing pitch clocks in ST, with MLB learning enough to hop-scotch into the regular season later this year..............More hilariously, Rob Manfred hides behind his curtain of silly denials and rejects the idea that lowering payrolls have anything to do with franchise effort or success. I can think of no other possible thing for him to say to eradicate whatever credibility he had left. He’s a really, really bad liar...........Aaron Judge. In The Best Shape Of His Life. All 27 years of it............One guy who seems to loves the low pay of being a Minor League ballplayer, and the unhealthy long-term prospects for a sport of labor-management peace. would be Tim Tebow.............The downside to throwing away a few years of your franchise while tanking, is that there is no guarantee of sustained success once you get back out of it. This gets worse, I would surmise, because of the rising number of teams cycling through tanking...........Jeff Passan with the most sane piece of reading since, well, since I wrote today’s Links. It’s a roundup of all sorts of topical issues and it’s about time we started reading something that puts some of the weight back on the shoulders of the players...........Adam Wainwright with strike talk.................Remember those heady days of yore when a guy would get signed and was a sure-fire pitching ace in the making? Have you noticed that they don’t exist anymore? That is not by accident.............Thank you, Jerry............I will never forget.............Hot StoveWell the Angels don’t seem to be making a lot of progress by talking. They have talked to a lot of free agents who ended up signing an actual deal, but elsewhere. The latest was Mike Moustakas. Moose, however, signed to return to the Brewers..............The Mets have signed free agent Adeiny Hechavarria to a minor-league contract............Minor League deals are, as we have noted here Hyun-Jin Ryu Jersey , all the rage now. teams are raining MiLB offers onto players at this late rush.............The Padres took LHP Aaron Loup off the boards with a 1-year deal..............Luis Severino signed an early-money contract extension. 4-year, $40M with a 5th year option. Now, realize that a franchise wouldn’t bother to make these deals if it were not in their interest. And they are making the deals now, so it is in their interest. The basic idea is that arb rewards are rising, so buying out the arb years and replacing them with a deal that has a lot of zeros on it looks attractive to the player. It’s guaranteed money. But it also is the movement of money from post-30 players to pre-30 players. That is happening as franchises get more rational about pay-for-performance. But the arb system has players too locked up to exploit it. Franchises are taking advantage, and will be in a good position on these players if any new deal with the union tears down the arb system..............Marcus Stroman is one of those pre-arb guys who want one of them arb-buyout contract extensions. It appears that the Blue Jays are not one of those franchises looking to take advantage............Stroman is also unhappy that the Blue Jays are not one of those many franchises signing Big Time Free Agent veteran leaders to huge deals to help make Toronto competitive............Khris Davis just went through his final arb season, and is now eligible for Free Agency in 2020. Instead of FA, something to be feared now, he wants a contract extension............HarpChado talks are heating up......And we are hearing more about those big numbers we expected. Not just from the Phillies, but from the Padres, too. It must be time for those two to go back to work............The Phillies are being rumored to have the edge for Harper. Of course, this comes mainly from Jon Heyman. And we all know what that means...........Something for Mike-Trout-To-Phillies worrywarts to worry about............The Duffle BagThis must be the only time this has ever happened in the history of human batting practice..............Like father, like daughter.............

Odpowiedz
meble wrocław warszawa kraków