This weeks Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is, in honor of The World Cup host, women from South Africa.

A Landi Swanepoel (from Cape Town, South Africa) sort of morning.

The ‘Crew notched another win on the West Coast, beating the Angels 7-1.  More surprising, at least to me, the Brewers got a strong 7 inning performance from Dave Bush.  Brew Crew Ball has some game notes for you .

Could agree more with Disciples of Uecker here in saying Teams Tend To Miss Mike Cameron .  Cameron was the one off season move, or lack of move, the Brewers made that I was most upset with.

Brewers Mix says that Yovani Gallardo is  on the precipice of greatness .

Brew Crew Daily has some information on former Brewer Jeff Suppan’s first start with the Cardinals . says it’s time for players to man up and quit making headlines off the field for being an idiot.

Who Should Start at Center, Right Guard, and Right Tackle is the question ACME Packing Company is asking.

C.D. over at Tundra Vision has some comments on Jolly signing his RFA Tender and Bigby & Williams “Holding Out”.

Ol’ Bag of Donuts has more on Atari & Tramon , saying things could get tricky when it comes to dealing with Williams.

Guest Columnist David Orgas over at Brewed Sports has some words of warning for Packers fans as it relates to the 2010 season.

Bucky’s 5th Quarter wants to see the The Big 10, or whatever it’ll end up being called, stand pat at 12 schools .

The Bucky Channel has your preview on today’s World Cup Matches.

Confessions of a Sports Addict has some Somewhat Insensitive Thoughts on the World Cup .

Oh, what the hell…let’s make it 3 days straight with something about the vuvuzela here: 6 Things to Know About the Vuvuzela

This is a travesty: Sexy Beer Models Posing As Dutch Fans Kicked Out Of Stadium

Not really sure that this is ground breaking news here: Men Are Genetically Programed to Instantaneously Size Up Women

From Pocket Doppler contributor & Packers Therapy host Chris: Ridiculous Gun Myths Everyone Believes (Thanks to Movies)

Best American WAGs

West Coast Wins  - I realize it’s only two games, but what is going on with the Brewers?  The Angels of Los Angeles Anaheim Orange County California United States aren’t necessarily a bad team and the ‘Crew has handed it to them these last two games.  On top of that, as far back as I can remember the Brewers have never performed this well while on West Coast swings.  Are we at the start of a turnaround of sorts, a race to get above .500?  We’ll have to wait and see if this is an aberration or not. Or perhaps the Brewers are just playing well right now because they know the majority of their fans aren’t watching as they don’t want to stay up that late. 

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  • Chris

    Two thoughts:

    *I am not surprised by Bush’s good outing. He’s been their second best starter this year. In 14 appearances, he has seven quality starts (2nd on the team) and has had only two “bad” outings. Of course, it didn’t hurt that Bush was getting the low strike call last night…

    *I expect the Brewers to keep on losing at home. My suspicion is that they don’t like playing at Miller Park (principally Ryan Braun, but likely Corey Hart, who bitched about the lighting, and perhaps others). We’ve read the comments about the shadows and poor hitting backdrop; moreover, we’ve heard how fans are not shy about voicing their displeasure with resounding boos. Those factors might be influencing the team’s approach at home.

  • http://mike BigSnakeMan

    If the above is even remotely true, then this team is embarrassingly soft.

  • Chris

    I think it is more than remotely true. During the radio broadcast on Wednesday evening, Provus said he asked Braun why he doesn’t hit as well at home and Ryan said he has a hard time seeing at Miller Park.

    While that might be true, apparently opposing teams don’t have have much trouble because they are lighting up the Brewers regularly in MKE.