Santana traded, good news, few more deals to be done.
On a separate note, is there any other team worse than KC in developing pitchers?
Unfortunately, in America, this issue medical issue has become a political issue.
One simple point is to talk to medical experts in particular physicians.
When we get sick who do we turn to for advice? For major health issues who do we listen to? Shouldn’t the same apply here?
Every physician specializing in infectious diseases has overwhelmingly endorsed Covid vaccine. They have all taken it themselves.
If there was scientific evidence of vaccines causing other health issues these physicians would not risk their own health. Thats how I feel.
The vaccines do not stop virus from mutations, however, it has been proven by data that vaccines helped significantly in lowering the severity of symptoms. Hospitalizations and mortality are much lower in vaccinated individuals compared to non-vaccinated population.
Add TE Blake B.
I like all the moves, especially signing Marquez Valdes. While he is not at the same level as Tyreek, he is a big body fast downhill receiver that gets tremendous D attention.
I’d like Chiefs to add another DE.
Veatch is creating solid depth.
While it is emotional to see Hill go, this is a wise business decision.
With extra picks Veatch has greater flexibility, can move up in the draft and/or trade some other pieces.
If Veatch plays this well, KC can end up with several high quality players on both sides instead of one elite (WR) player.
For me it will be Och, his confidence is high.
Really proud of Big Dave, big heart, a true Jayhawk.
Classic response by Self, got to admit that he is a cool operator.
Good luck to these Jayhawks, hope that they can catch on with a team.
On the other hand I hope that he has been doing some self evaluation on how to improve this pattern.
This is where I think he also needs more help from his assistants, greater in depth evaluation, scouting and strategy on potential round 2 / elite 8 opponents.
Gonzaga will get #1 in the West region whereas KU will most likely be #2 seed in the Midwest.
If KU wins Big 12 tournament it will get #1 seed, most likely in the Midwest.