NL Central Notes: Pendleton, Rodriguez, Pujols, Silva

Let's take a look at what's happening around the NL Central on this fine Sunday afternoon…


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  1. vtadave 4 years ago

    Water is wet.
    The Pirates will pick in the top five of the 2012 draft.
    The Cards aren’t interested in Carlos Silva.
    The Wire was a great show.

    All obvious eh?

  2. Nobody will want Silva. He is not a winner, but a whiner.

  3. Gunner65 4 years ago

    Its two bad … having two hot heads in the dugout for a full season with Silva & Zambrano would have made baseball interesting again in Cubbieland lol

  4. rayking 4 years ago

    REPORTER NAME tweets that TEAM NAME is not interested in Carlos Silva.

    Cut and paste as needed.

  5. The_BiRDS 4 years ago

    Cardinals
    Brewers
    Reds
    Pirates
    Cubs
    Astros

  6. Victor Kipp 4 years ago

    Mets should pick up Silva. Sure he has minimal upside, but considering how weak their staff is and the fact they only have to pay the league minimum they might as well take a shot.

  7. randomkeys 4 years ago

    I should probably tweet that I’m not interested in Carlos Silva either. I need some re-tiling done in my upstairs bathroom, but I don’t think he’s the right guy for the job.

  8. BajaPete 4 years ago

    Actually, I kinda sorta would like to add Silva to the Cardinals…He could be our DH (designated hitter) when we fight the Brewers now that they’ve picked up the classless sneak attacker Nyjer Morgan. Of course, in the case of the Cincinnatis, he’d have to be our DK (designated kicker) when their girly-girl Quetto joins the battle!

    • Gunner65 4 years ago

      Yeah, they’d fit in well with bean ball Carpenter and “Mr. Conspiracy Theory” Larussa lol

  9. “No hard feelings. If the Cardinals won’t give me the money that could essentially buy Europe, some other team will,” Pujols said Monday. “and it’ll feel good to have more money than the GDP’s of 160 countries worldwide, no matter who signs over the checks.”

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