Has no one seen this fine film?
Since the Twins are the host team don't they get to pick a player to represent them? Mauer has allready been selected for some type of role. I do hope they find a way to put one of the finest and most dedicated ballplayers on the team. Cola Rocks!!
Honestly, it's completely out of the hands of anyone to make any changes to the ballot after the season starts? Gimme an effin' break, MLB executives!
But, don't the coaches select the bench players? There might be that going for Colabello.
You had me up to 'Mark Walberg'.
I'll write his name in, though. (Colabello's, not Wahlberg's)
Okay, nevermind I just read the rules
Kevin James could play Gardy. How is it possible Colabello is not on the ballot??
But seriously no way would i pick walberg. We need a big italian. A big bearded italian. How about that guy "pussy" from sopranos (no clue what his name is). Lets face it, if its a sports movie it would have to be costner. I could see it. Or maybe a kevin james
Twins way= easy does it, don't get too wrapped up in the challenge at hand, think long term, relax, no pressure, it all comes out in the wash, think long haul and big picture. Mauer by the way albeit a great player ain't your team leader.
Somebody please kick over a water cooler or chew someone's arse for today's failures and show some urgency and emotion.
How much does a Radcliff try to get to know draftees on a personal level if they are not Top Prospects? Does he solely rely on the word of his managers at the lower levels and coaches at the lower level? What about when that late round draftee becomes a surprise Top Prospect?
Basically I'm asking - When do prospects get to know Radcliff and learn of his (Twins front office) personal expectations? Following Draft? Rookie Ball? A? AA? AAA? or is it always the coaches who share expectations to the players?