Daybreak Doppler: Brewers Bats MIA In Kansas City
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Euro 2012 WAGs.
As the title this morning says, Brewers Narrowly Avoid Getting No-Hit, Lose 2-1 To Royals.
Disciples of Uecker on Norichika Aoki: Pull Hitter?
This will be a recurring theme this offseason I’m thinking, First Day of Packers Mini Camps Answer Little About Change in Woodson’s Role.
Carriveau’s latest over at the Bleacher Report, Green Bay Packers: Projecting the Pack’s Top 5 Sack Leaders.
Total Packers on how Sam Shields May Be Sliding Down Depth Chart.
Jon Stewart is awesome, Jon Stewart Perfectly Illustrates Why American Politics In 2012 Is So Damn Revolting.
A long list of The 36 Most Stereotypically Hippie Things At Bonnaroo.
No, no they shouldn’t: Some people shouldn’t be parents.
Not that many apply to me, but some do, figure they may for you to: 7 Reasons We Feel So Old.
No Offense, K-Rod Allows The Win – We’ve had more than our fair share of disappointment this season so far as Brewers fans. We’ve had the injuries to starters, we’ve had inconsistent offense from a team which should be able to put up numbers & then we’ve had K-Rod. It seems more & more that we are seeing the same things from Francisco Rodriquez, an opportunity to either hold a lead or at least keep further damage from happening, and more times than not that lead isn’t held & damage does happen. Perhaps most rankling is all this from a player no one expected to see in a Brewers uniform this season. I was surprised when no one offered K-Rod a contract this season, causing him to stay with the Brewers, but after the way he’s pitched this season I don’t blame anyone for not giving him a chance to be a closer. Hell, he’s debatable as a consistent set-up man. The series continues tonight with the Brewers facing a pitcher they’ve never faced before, we know that usually works, let’s hope that changes.
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