Monday, June 8, 2009

What to do....What to do

I guess I can't be too pissed that the Brewers lost yesterday. They did, afterall, take the series against a team trying to find themselves. The Braves just couldn't hit in the first two games and then yesterday they erupt with 13 hits and 8 runs.

On a day where there were 3 Brewer-homeruns nonetheless. Milwauikee should have won this game, easily.

Ryan Braun blasted his 11th & 12th HR's of the season. He went 2 for 4 with 4 RBI's.
Mike Cameron (12) also went yard, going 1 for 3 with 3 RBI's.

Why isn't Mike Cameron going to be an All-Star this year? Is it because he's too old and the idiot fans of the MLB don't recognize someone having a great year right before their eyes. On that note, should Craig Counsell be recognized as a potential candidate (1 for 5 yesterday)?

On the very same day that JSOnline wrote a niece little piece on Carlos Villanueva....he tanked it. That's to be expected though....this was his third straight day of pitching.

Why didn't Macha bunt? That's what a lot of fans are asking. I couldn't tell you. What I can tell you is that Kendall probably wouldn't have bunted in to a double play. If anything, he would've advanced Casey McGehee to second....afterall, Kendall is a pretty decent bunter. Ned Yost would've done the same thing, AND, he wouldn't give you reason for it. Macha at least follows a plan.

-Tom Haudricourt doesn't believe the Brewers need to "fix" anything. I disagree with you sir. Milwaukee needs to add a pitcher. Brad Penny and Tom Glavine are not the answer.

-Bush is slated to start Wednesday's game against Colorado. This guy is a work horse. Thankfully, Colorado will come to town pretty fatigued. Afterall, they just played St. Louis in a 4-game wrap around series. Here is the probably pitchers line-up. It's all jacked up because it doesn't list Bush.

-If you have $4,000.00 and still want to fulfill your dream....Milwaukee Brewers Fantasy Camp was announced. It will be held in AZ.

-I mentioned JJ Hardy being targetted by the Boston Red Sox. Apparently, they are more intersted in bringing Orando Cabrera back. He was on the 2004 team that won the World Series. Boston is down two SS's right now and they are desperately in need of one. Jack Wilson is also being thrown around. Who cares? Unless of course the Brewers could get Wakefield for like that.

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