Pst Murphy. To the uninitiated reading today's paper, one would get the impression that we must have a great baseball program
Extensive experience under Corbin at Vanderbilt. Experience in the Chicago, and surrounded by Notre Dame affinity in Milwaukee
I wonder what the salary comparison is.
played on, was always engaged in his community, respected by all, a fan favorite and considered a very cerebral player. Just perfect to become a great manager. Imagine bringing a small town team to the division championship in such a short period of time, starting with a recent history of mediocrity. He was my favorite player in mlb and is now by far my favorite manager. Incredible what his team accomplished this year. I understand he was very involved on the personnel side and has helped shape the team.
Was that Yaz went there for a semester and Ron Reed...since Murphy we've had World Series champs, multiple MLB regulars, and regular trips to NCAA tourney appearances...the last 10 yrs have been a barren wasteland with no relief in sight
we will have no ND Alumni in the MLB....and Jack peacefully sleeps.
at Jake Kline as a potential parking lot for heavy hitters. Up yours, Mrs. Doubtfire!
Because it limits the size of the hospitality village
As I was watching the game I was thinking the same about Counsel and ND and wondering what other ND players are in the playoffs. Axford is the only active player still in and not sure he'll make the playoff roster given the Dodgers only used him 5 times. The sad thing is there were only 4 active 2018 MLB players who went to ND with Samardzija, AjJ Pollock, and Mancini joining Axford.
As for Counsell since I was born in Clevelend and I hated him for 1997, it's taken me a while to forgive my fellow alumnus. But I hate the Cubs more after 2016 so the Brewers and Counsell are my favorites today and all through the playoffs,atleast until the series if they meet the Indians.