I talked to one of the St. Louis broadcasters earlier this week, and asked him what he or anyone else in the city thought about Castellini.
He said that, as far as the Cards ownership group was concerned, Castellini was a virtual unknown. There were about four members of the group, led of course by Cincinnatian Bill DeWitt, who were the "out-front" guys. Castellini was never any kind of public factor in St. Louis at all.
Looks like he saved it all for Cincinnati. So far, I like what I see. Hold folks accountable for what they do. Make your decisions based on that accountability.
Sounds like such a simple concept, doesn't it?