Daybreak Doppler: Jonathan Lucroy Is A National Treasure
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is women older than me.
Milwaukee avoided the sweep yesterday afternoon, riding a six run first to an 8-5 win over the Giants .
Looking for shortstop help, the Brewers claim Ransom on waivers, option Maysonet .
Miller Park Drunk echos my thoughts, The New King of Milwaukee: Jonathan Lucroy .
ACME Packing Company touches On Clay Matthews, the Position Switch, and His Versatility .
The Packers made some roster moves yesterday, signing DE Phillip Merling & releasing QB Nick Hill .
The Packers personnel department saw some changes yesterday too .
Bucksketball touches on the new Bradley Center naming rights news & more .
A look at the 15 of the Most Influential Women in Sports .
Some over sharing by former Packers, current Bills receiver David Clowney .
Seeing as this is coming up this weekend, The Complete History of Indianapolis 500 Winners .
Time clean your pad up guys, 10 Ways Your Place Kills Your Game .
If you didn’t dig Lolo Jones before here are some good reasons why you should: Lolo Jones Is The Olympian Version Of Liz Lemon .
It’s a long weekend coming up some here are tips on how to hold your liquor should you decide to tip a few back.
I’d vote for him, Tyrion Lannister Is The Fictional Political Symbol We Can All Get Behind .
Helluva Buy – When the Brewers locked up Jonathan Lucroy this Spring with his contract extension I was pretty happy. I would say right around now, Doug Melvin is even happier. Lucroy is on a torrid pace right now, not only hitting with power but more importantly getting hits when the Brewers really need them. There’s a lot of season left to be played & it would be a lot to hope for Lucroy to continue the pace he’s on, especially playing the position he does. Even if Lucroy does drop off a bit, his extension will still remain perhaps the steal of the year & Melvin’s best move this year.
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