Originally Posted by BainesHOF
What's odd about this team is nobody has popped off during a historic implosion. I'm not saying people don't care, but I just find it weird that nobody's emotions have bubbled over out of frustration. You see it all the time in similar situations, but not with this team. It's like the veterans are content with their fat contracts and they probably don't care much about the future because they won't be a part of it. And the young players are just sort of following their lead.
To do that legitimately, you have to be having a good year and be somewhat of a veteran. That's Crain and Rios.
I'm hoping and praying that Peavy pitches well immediately off the shelf- he's our hope to rebuild.