After tonight, being shut out 3 times in the last 4 games, time for St. Louis Blues coach Mike Yeo to go. The Blues have struggled from the start of this season. A team that was supposed to contend for the Stanley Cup, is not responding to this coach. Enough said. Make a change now before the year is wasted.
#1 play better
#2 Don’t blame the captain for your own sloppy play
#3 Don’t bash your team (teammates and captains) following a loss or win, especially when you were clearly the worse player on both sides
#4 Learn what the word team means
#5 Take this experience and learn by example (The European example), you don’t see them bashing one another, win or lose.
This is why the US fails to win the Ryder Cup in Europe; they don’t play as a team, and it only takes one to screw it up. Attitude and egos get in their way. While Europe is interested in one thing, winning together.
While Patrick Reed may have kept his mouth shut publicly until after all play had ended (after a loss), that attitude follows him to the course. Clearly, Patrick Reed is not a good teammate! It only takes one bad banana to spoil a bunch.
The 2018 Ryder Cup
U.S. playing catch-up, needs 8 points on Sunday to retain the Ryder Cup.
#1) The American Ryder Cup team, the players individually are not as good as THEY thought.
#2) The European players are better than WE thought.
#3) Dustin Johnson should not be the #1 ranked player in the world.
The PGA must find a way to bring more PGA golf tournaments to the St. Louis area. The crowds last week and particularly the weekend were massive. The PGA Champion, Brooks Koepka said he never saw or played for such a large crowd. And given the huge attendance, the behavior was excellent.
The “Get in the hole” shouts were rare, the jeering was not heard. 99.99% of the fans were respectful, even to the players they did not want to see beat Tiger. While the week belonged to Koepka, Sunday, Tiger put on a show, and nearly pulled it off. Koepka, however kept answering. Tiger needed to card a 62 to pull Koepka into a playoff, but Brooks’ 66 was enough to keep Tiger into 2nd place.
I followed Tiger a few holes, my legs told me no. So, I camped out on 17 and 18 and watched the board. I will never forget the roars. There was a Tiger on the prowl.
It was great excitement, thanks for the memories guys!
They, the best players in the world are on the range this morning at Bellerive Country Club, St. Louis. In a few moments they will begin the 100th PGA Championship. Despite what the national commentators may say, the course is beautiful……great shape considering the heat and humidity. We have our ticket for Sunday, championship day. It should be exciting. AND NO TIGER IS NOT TIRED! Except he may be tired of being ask! Its the last major of the year……..he can rest next week. Go Tiger!
It is only an advantage if he is the only one smart enough to use it!
One: Old school baseball, the way it was once played and should be played (in my opinion) is gone. The St. Louis Cardinal manager last evening, with a one run lead in the bottom of the tenth, intentionally walked a batter (with the tying run already at 2nd base) putting the winning run on base with only one out. I could see it coming, a double, a ball that gets past a diving left fielder, scores the winning run, GAME OVER! Nice going Mike Matheny. Old school, you don’t put the potential winning run on base. Gee, let the pitcher pitch. Also, you don’t give the pitcher his option. That is what you are there for, to manage the team!
Two: Illegal immigrants don’t become separated from their families, if they do not cross over the border illegally! You want to stay together………stay the hell where you are. Be the difference in making your country better! Try being a solution, rather than someone else’s problem!