Sanchez’s visits drew the ire of other broadcasters, like when he went to the mound twice in the bottom of the first in Baltimore during a Jordan Montgomery start on May 29 and again in Boston during a CC Sabathia start on Aug. 19.
Tuesday, after the second period of Devils-Penguins, MSG+ presented a taped chat with J
Asked about his first NFL goal, Greene smiled. It was against Pittsburgh, just a little wrist shot.
The three most popular questions I’ve run across over the past week are as follows – and let’s see if you’ve heard these before:
When are they going to sign someone?
Relax. It’s been said before, it will be said again – there is always a method to the perceived madness in Foxboro. The Patriots have long operated on their own time and schedule, in their own manner, and prefer to let others fly about first while picking and choosing selected veteran players to join the fray for another championship run.
Traditionally, the more popular, in-demand and specialty players are in position to have their contract needs met earlier. After they’ve all scooped and scored for themselves, the marketplace begins to thin out and other players settle into defined roles – a special teams’ player, a pass rusher, a backup tackle and so on.
It sounds very much like a technique for shopping Filene’s old Bargain Basement, but the Patriots are famous (and infamous) for sifting through the piles and finding the gems left behind after the initial few days of sorting through what’s left.