Yeah like I said G&M crab cakes don't seem healthy. Their cole slaw doesn't seem healthy. I don't eat french fries because they aren't healthy food. But like I said plenty of people eat at McDonalds and don't care about the health consequences and that is why I was responding to the comment about how crowded G&M is. Frankly I have been to places that have no one there that I like just fine. And have been to places that are always crowded that I have never had a good meal at. Woodberry Kitchen comes to mind.
I am not opposed to crabs outside of Maryland. I have eaten King Crab's plenty of times. I get crab meat for homemade crab cakes from sources outside of Maryland. It isn't as good but paying $12 vs $35 is a deciding factor. If I were having dinner guests I would get Maryland crab meat though.
Before Covid hit, I think a lot of us thought Williams had a very good chance to make the team as a backup outfielder.
And I think most of us expected that Mountcastle would stay down some period of time for service time, and then come up to the majors.
Why would that have changed in any way?
Yep, I'm a McDonald's vet from 30+ years ago too.
Of course I don't get the big deal about frozen beef being such a negative. I'll buy a few pounds of ground beef when it's on sale, and when I get home from the grocery I'll make it into patties and put them in the freezer, separated by wax paper. And then whenever I think I might want a burger the next day, I'll take one out of the freezer and put it in the fridge to thaw overnight. The next day I'll mix in the things I like (onion powder, Worcestershire), and it tastes pretty darn good. The fact that it spent a month or two in the freezer doesn't bother me.
Well unless Santander and Dwight Smith Jr. show up pretty soon, they're going to have to. There were only 2 active outfielders (Hays and Stewart) before they were added.
For this reason I think Wilkerson is about as close to a lock for the 30-man as possible.