Daybreak Doppler: The Consistency of Being Inconsistent
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is women that Derek Jeter has dated.
The Brewers’ closed out this weeks road trip with a 4-0 loss to the Astros .
The Brewers Bar with The Case For And Against Rickie Weeks .
On the same topic, Disciples of Uecker looks at Rickie Weeks’ Discipline and Patience .
ACME Packing Company says Welcome To A Bizarre Afternoon With Donald Driver .
CHTV touches on the Packers Plans to Retire Brett Favre’s Number some time in the near future.
Brew Hoop continues their Bucks player awards with the Most Valuable Player .
I can, on a good day, score this on 9 holes… Behold: The (Maybe) Lowest Golf Score Ever .
I of course will never run into any of these people, The 10 Most Annoying Gym People .
Some of these Uninhabited Islands and Why Nobody Lives on Them look like pretty cool places to hang out on.
Take heed guys, 5 Common Red Flags from a Girl’s Pintrest Page .
Some people would say that regular Point Beer tastes like the the end of the world: Point Brewery’s ’2012 Black Ale’ might be the end of the world .
Of course these are after the fact, 8 Surefire Ways to Ruin a Movie Franchise .
This is pretty good, These Girls’ High School Yearbook Quotes Put All Others Quotes to Shame .
Maybe This Is What They Are – Let’s look back at this week’s play so far from the Brewers. Monday: Almost got shut out by the Mets against the almost geriatric Miguel Batista, lost 3-1 . Tuesday: An almost perfect game where both pitching & hitting came alive, beat the Mets 8-0. Wednesday: Randy Wolf gets shelled, no one can hit minus a solo shot from Hart & Lucroy pinch hitting. Thursday: Last was a familiar tale of lost RISP opportunities with the Brewers unable to plate even a single run. Now, I’ve been watching baseball long enough to know that any team will have a bad night, but generally good times will offset those bad nights by several good ones. Here’s the problem, I really have no idea where to rate this 2012 Brewers squad. Tuesday night was a great example of what the team can do, but then the night after they scuffle incredibly. It’s like trying to figure out whether Jekyll or Hyde will show up on any given night. So maybe this is just what this team will be, one which runs hot & cold on a night to night, game to game. I just hope at the end of the season, there are more hot nights than cold ones.
The Twins come into Miller Park this weekend so let’s see which Brewers team shows up to play them. Have a great weekend everyone, get outside & enjoy the nice weather it appears we’ll be having & we’ll see you back here on Monday morning.
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