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his knees with his back to Brodeur 5 months 2 days ago #1516

TSN Baseball Analyst Steve Phillips answers several questions surrounding the game each week. This weeks topics include Joe Maddon joining the Chicago Cubs, the most prized free agents on the market this offseason and the success of the San Francisco Giants. 1) Major League Baseball has a policy that organizations cannot make major announcements during the World Series. They dont want anything to take away from the action on the field. So with Game 7 behind us and a champion crowned, clubs can move forward with their offseason planning. Unless something dramatic happens the Chicago Cubs will announce that former Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon has been hired to be their manager. Maddon had a .517 winning percentage in nine seasons as Rays manager, including 90-plus wins in five of the last seven seasons. He leaves Tampa Bay with the organization in a state of flux thanks to a weakened farm system and general manager Andrew Friedmans move to the Dodgers. It was time for Maddon to leave Tampa Bay. It is time for him to lead the Cubs. Teams have different needs and considerations that depend upon the time and place they find themselves. Rebuilding franchises have certain needs and those needs are different than those of a consistent winner. Large market franchises can consider things that small market teams dont even think about. Leadership has the fit those that need to be led. Joe Maddon is a different manager. He is a renaissance man. He wears cool glasses. He rides his bike to the ballpark. He is a charitable man. He is a bit quirky and very creative in his management style. He had 30 different themed-dress road trips for his players since the 2008 season. He has brought in a meringue band and a magician to the clubhouse. He has brought in DJs to play the players favourite songs. He has even brought different animals into the clubhouse to make things interesting. Nobody else does this stuff. Bill Belichick he is not. He has had the magic touch. His players have fun. They play relaxed. He keeps it fresh and interesting. The monotony of a baseball season can tale a toll on the energy of a team. The Rays players would show up to the park wondering what their wacky manager would do next. Maddons style worked wonders in Tampa with his young eager roster. He was different but for many of the young players he was all they knew. He was the only big league manager that many of the players had ever experienced. There is a certain na?veté to young players who are unspoiled by the rigours of the big league life. They thought his approach was fun and cool. His approach was well-suited for the roster in Tampa Bay. The Cubs are in a rebuilding process. They have a ton of young phenoms on their way to take over Chicago. Their roster resembles that of the Rays despite the significant difference in the market, stadium and expectations. Maddon is the perfect manager at the perfect time. There is not a better man to teach young kids how to win at the major league level. The Cubs are on the verge of something special. I expect them to spend big money for starting pitching and to make the transition from interesting young team to a club with expectations. Make no mistake; Chicago isnt Tampa Bay. The market is different. The expectations are different. The media is different. The budgets will be different. Heck, Maddon already realizes his cheques have more zeroes on the backend than they did with the Rays. The pressure to be the savior in Chicago will be there after a short honeymoon period. At some point he will have to work his magic instead of just bringing a magician in to entertain his players. It wont all turn around for the Cubs in one season. There will be growing pains. But I believe Maddon is a curse buster and he will bring a World Series Championship to the Cubbies within his speculated five-year, $25M deal. He could manage my team any day of the week. 2) The free agent class this off-season will be quite compelling. There are some major impact pitchers and hitters available. There will be millions and millions of dollars thrown around for the holidays. I cant wait. It has always felt like monopoly money to me. I remember offering a player a three-year deal of $4.5M, $5.0M and $5.5M. I was cavalier about it. The .5 difference was a $500,000 increase each year. That is right, I spoke about a five-hundred thousand dollars as a fraction. The bottom line is that there are going to be hundreds of .5s thrown at players this offseason. There are three No. 1 starters that will be available to teams at some point after the World Series. Jon Lester, Max Scherzer and James Shields are all looking at huge paydays. They are all three difference-makers. To put in perspective where these deals may go; Scherzer turned down a six-year, $144M offer from the Tigers. I wouldnt have the guts as an agent to have my client say no to a deal like that. Would you? When it comes to position players there are several interesting bats available. The Dodgers Hanley Ramirez will be considered by a number of clubs as a shortstop and/or third baseman. At his best he is a unique power and speed combination that can vie for a batting title. Pablo Sandoval of the San Francisco Giants will be a hot commodity in the light third basemen market. He brings personality and a solid bat. The Tigers Victor Martinez had a huge year hitting .335/.409/.565 with 32 homers and 102 RBI. Finally, Nelson Cruz brings the elusive right-handed power bat. He hit .271 with 40 homers and 108 RBI. He can deliver his own production and help those in the lineup around him. Here is where I would spend my money: If I need a starting pitcher I will take Lester over Scherzer and Shields. Scherzer may command the biggest contract and Shields the least. I love Lesters make-up and character. I love his competitiveness and toughness. He is good in big games and a bulldog and workhorse. If I need a hitter I would spend it on Victor Martinez. He is by far the oldest of the good hitters, 36 years old, but he is the most professional, consistent personality and performer. Plus his contract length will be shorter than those of the others. There are a couple of potential sleeper value picks in the market. There is a Cuban defector, an outfielder, named Yasmani Tomas. He is not yet available to accept offers until he clears the proper immigration status but he is looking at getting a big-time deal. He has been evaluated to be somewhere between the White Sox Jose Abreu and the Red Sox OF Rusney Castillo. Tomas is a corner outfielder with legitimate power. There have been some comparisons to Yoenis Cespedes. Some believe he will be better than the Red Sox slugger because of better make-up. His deal could come close to $100 million. The sleeper in the pitching market is 26-year-old right-hander Kenta Maeda of the Hiroshima Carp in the Japanese Professional League. He has a career 82-58 record with a 2.43 ERA. He will have to go through the posting system but even so he may be a value free agent for a club. This offseason portends to be quite exciting. For the right amount of money some clubs will pass go and collect $200 on their way to the playoffs in 2015. 3) The Giants are an amazing story. It is so tough to win a single World Series let alone three in five years. Manager Bruce Bochy is a Hall of Famer. He is the tenth manager to win three championships. The other nine are already in Cooperstown. General Manager Brian Sabean is headed to upstate New York as well for his place in the Hall. He has done an amazing job putting together rosters that never seem to have the biggest stars. He just finds old school baseball players who make plays when they need to be made. He finds gamers. The Giants never spend for the biggest free agents, in fact they are more often shopping among the second tier players. To be a dynasty a club has to win often and consistently. They need to show up every year and deliver. They need to have a core of established players and leaders. And they need to win with having expectations of greatness on their back. They play and win with a bullseye on their back. The Giants have shown an uncanny ability to win the end of season tournament in baseball. Yes, that is what the playoffs are. They are a tournament consisting of the five teams in the AL and five teams in the NL that meet the necessary criteria to advance. At the end of that tournament we crown a winner of the tournament and they get what we call the World Series trophy. It is fun. It is special. It is exciting. But the winner of the tournament is not necessarily the best team in baseball. They are just the team that played the best. A clubs record over 162 games is by far a better indicator of how they stack up against their peers. The team with the worst record in baseball if added to the playoff format has a chance to win if they get hot over a 12-to-20 game time frame. Think about it, all they would need to do is go 12-8 and they can win it all. Sure it would be against the best teams but it could certainly happen. To be a dynasty in baseball, expectations matter. The Giants did not make the playoffs in 2009. They finished in third place in the NL West. So there were not expectations that they would be among the teams to beat in 2010. They surprised us that year by winning 92 games and the NL West title. Heading into the playoffs the Phillies were the team to beat in the NL as they had won 97 regular season games. The Yanks (95 wins) and Rays (96 wins) were by far considered more legitimate candidates to win it all. Credit the Giants for defying the odds though and winning the Series. In 2011, the Giants finished eight games behind the Arizona Diamondbacks in second place in the NL West. Eleven teams had a better record than the Giants that season. Heading in to 2012 once again there were not huge expectations that the Giants were a force to be reckoned with. Yet again they surprised us and won the NL West with 94 wins. They had two less wins than the Reds and four less than the Nationals. Despite the fact that most people thought the Yanks and Nationals would square off in the World Series, it was the Giants beating the Rangers. Bochy worked his magic again. The rollercoaster ride continued in 2013 however as the Giants ended with a losing record of 76-86 and were tied with the Padres for third/fourth place in division. Coming off of such a down year without any significant signings in the offseason the Giants were an afterthought when picking contenders. The (Vegas) odds were 20-1 that they would win the World Series. In fact they had the same odds as the Cincinnati Reds, Oakland As, LA Angels and Texas Rangers. So they were considered to have anywhere from the ninth to twelfth best chance of winning it all. Of course, we know they defied those odds and won it all again. By the way, Vegas had the Royals with a 50-1 chance of winning the Series. The 2014 World Series was the first Series ever that included two teams that each had less than 90 wins in the regular season. What does that tell us? It tells me that the Giants and Royals qualified for the tournament by the skin of their teeth and then got hot at the right time and beat teams that were better than they were to go to the World Series. It sounds like I am diminishing the Giants (and Royals) accomplishments. I dont mean to do so. I know how hard it is to get to the playoffs. I just want to be sure that when we start to look at teams as all-time greats that we are being appropriate. This is not a dynasty. It is very good franchise which has played its best baseball at the right time to win three tournaments in the last five years. And they have done it while never being the best team in the game. Trust me I would take it. You wouldnt have to call me a dynasty either. 4) I have learned that what I think and what I feel stems from my own experiences. And very often the things I take away from events are different than some others. For instance, I head home from the World Series thinking more about the Royals than the Giants. I guess I can connect with the team that lost the World Series more than the one that won. My New York Mets teams made the playoffs in 1999 and 2000 and we advanced and lost in the World Series to the Yankees in 2000. Yes, I can relate to the loser more than the winner. What I have also learned is just because I lost, it doesnt make me a loser. There is a thought out there among franchises and fan bases that if their team doesnt win a championship that it is a failed season. I understand that certain cities use this as a barometer more than others. How many times have we heard Yankee fans and the front office say it is a World Series championship or bust. They believe that if they dont win a World Series that the season was a waste and a failure. That thinking is so unrealistic and arrogant. Stop and think for a moment of all of the successes the Royals had on the way to Game 7 of the World Series. Twice durng the season they went on hot streaks and stormed past the Detroit Tigers to take over first place in the AL Central. They did fall back each time but they won enough to finish second in their division to edge out the Mariners for the second Wild Card spot. If you had told Royals fans that they would be a Wild Card team before the season would they have signed up for it? Youre darn right they would. They hadnt been to the playoffs in decades. They didnt stop there though. They beat the As in dramatic fashion to advance to the ALDS. They then beat the team with the best record in the AL, the LA Angels, to advance to the ALCS and then they beat the Baltimore Orioles to advance to the Series. As a team this group of young men grew up. Their baseball ages advanced exponentially from the experience of playing great October baseball. They gained confidence as individuals and as a team that they didnt always have during the season. They went from being streaky to being consistent. They turned losses into just losses and not into losing streaks. The Royals re-energized a community. The fans came out of the woodwork. People were still fans, they just didnt trust caring for their team again. They had been disappointed for 29 years. They cherished the memories of 1985. This run in October brought back all of the emotions from decades ago. I dont know about you but sure doesnt sound like a failure. It is an unbelievable success. The players improved and matured. The fans came back to life and the spark of hope has been ignited. I was at Game 7 in Kansas City. The fans cried afterwards. They were tears of disappointment but they were tears of passion too. They were tears that washed away the pain of 29 years of waiting and suffering. Sometimes we need a good cry. There are good times ahead for the Royals. So every other city can believe that the Royals failed but just dont tell Kansas City fans. They know better. Taylor Hall Jersey .C. - Brent Sutter scored 1:32 into extra time as the Charlotte Checkers came from behind to defeat the visiting Abbotsford Heat 5-4 on Sunday in American Hockey League action. Miles Wood Jersey . The Italian football federation announced the appointment, three days after new president Carlo Tavecchio was elected. 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CBS Sports Jon Heyman is reporting that Santana will sign a one-year deal, likely in the next two days with one of a trio of suitors, with the Toronto Blue Jays believed to be heavily involved.ANAHEIM, Calif. - Matt Beleskey was a pugnacious grinder for most of his NHL career until this season, when he has surprised just about everybody by becoming the Anaheim Ducks leading goal-scorer.The Ducks needed every bit of Beleskeys newfound scoring touch to edge Martin Brodeur and the St. Louis Blues.Beleskey scored the tiebreaking goal midway through the third period, while Ryan Kesler and Sami Vatanen had two assists in the Ducks 4-3 victory Friday night.After St. Louis rallied three times to erase a one-goal Anaheim lead in the first two periods, Beleskey beat Brodeur with a vicious wrist shot for his 16th goal with 9:05 to play. The NHL-leading Ducks hung on for their ninth consecutive home victory over St. Louis since October 2009.He stopped me a few times early, said Beleskey, who had a goal and an assist in his second multipoint game of the year. Luckily, I got that one through. I tried his glove a couple of times tonight, and he baits you with the glove. But Ive scored on his blocker side before.Beleskey credits his surge to confidence and Kesler, his centre on Anaheims second line.Hes always had a tremendous shot and release, and hes never had confidence, Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau said. Its just his natural maturation, his growth.Ryan Getzlaf, Kyle Palmieri and Andrew Cogliano also scored for the Ducks, who are 2-1 on their eight-game homestand. They won a game by one goal for the 16th time in their last 18 victories.Were used to this situation, and we know what we have to do in the third period, Boudreau said.Frederik Andersen made 39 saves to earn his 41st career victory — just 650 fewer than Brodeur.Kevin Shattenkirk and Alexander Steen each had a goal and an assist for the Blues, who have lost six of seven despite a lively effort in Anaheim.Tonight, we took a step forward despite the loss, St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock said. I still think that we were better as a team this game. ... We did a good job putting pucks in their zone and establishing our game.dddddddddddd We just have to find that goal in the third that puts us ahead.Brodeur stopped 29 shots and was impressive for long stretches in what could conceivably be his final start for the Blues. The NHLs career victories leader joined St. Louis and played his way into shape while Brian Elliott was out with an injury, but the Blues have three goalies after Elliott returned this week.Brodeur was in solid form, even stacking his pads for a couple of saves with a move that looked a little bit like the old Marty there, he said with a grin.I thought we had a great effort and we scored three goals, but I think on the defensive side of the puck, we made a few mistakes that they capitalized on, Brodeur added. Theyre a good hockey team. You just cant give up anything for free, and we did today.Getzlaf backhanded home his first power-play goal since Nov. 7 in the opening minutes, ending an 0-for-21 power-play drought for Anaheim.After T.J. Oshie tied it, Anaheim went back ahead when Kesler put the puck on net despite being on his knees with his back to Brodeur, allowing Palmieri to tip it home.After Cogliano scored his second goal since Nov. 20, Steen tied it again during a 5-on-3 advantage after Vatanen shot the puck 190 feet over the far glass. Steen finished with 11 shots.Colin Fraser made his debut for the Blues, who signed the three-time Stanley Cup champion as a free agent before the season. The grinding forward spent the past three seasons with the Los Angeles Kings, getting a championship ring and a playoff share even though he didnt appear in any post-season games last spring.NOTES: Palmieri returned to Anaheims lineup after a six-game absence with a shoulder injury. ... St. Louis F Jaden Schwartz missed his seventh straight game with an injury, but participated in the morning skate. He could return Saturday at San Jose. ... Beleskey got his 100th NHL point on Palmieris goal. 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