Daybreak Doppler: I Didn’t Forget About Aoki
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is Women of Mad Men (who aren’t named Christina Hendricks, January Jones or Allison Brie).
Alexis Bledel (Beth Dawes)
Three in a row now, Lalli Pop: Blake Lalli’s pinch hit leads Brewers to 4-3 walk-off win over Giants.
The Bucks also got in the W column, Henson helps Bucks snap skid, roll Thunder 95-89.
One big name secure in the fold, Packers Agree to Five-Year Extension with LB Clay Matthews.
ACME Packing Company says the Packers Projected to Trade Down in the NFL Draft.
Staying with that theme, from All Green Bay Packers, Trade-Down Scenarios for Packers GM Ted Thompson.
Madtown Badgers with Spring Game Week: Aggressivity is aim of Aranda defense.
Bucky’s 5th Quarter has Another Glimpse Inside Wisconsin’s Renovated Camp Randall Stadium Facility.
Anonymous Eagle’s 2012-13 Player Review on #25 Steve Taylor Jr.
Seems pretty simple to me, 3-Step Guide on How Athletes Can Become One of the Biggest Stars in Their Sport!
I don’t know how people can do this stuff, This Wingsuit Flyer Zipping Through A Cave At 155 MPH Is Basically Batman.
Some familar faces in this list of The 10 People You Are Forced to Work with in Every Group Project.
I know some were looking forward to this, sorry, ‘Friends’ reunion is fake; here’s what happened.
In case you were ever wondering what Medieval Batman and Aquaman would look like.
This is worth the time, Patton Oswalt’s 8-minute “Star Wars” Filibuster.
Just As Bright – On Tuesday I talked about Jean Segura as one of the bright spots of this early Brewers season. Just as bright & impressive has been the play of Norichika Aoki. Coming into last season Aoki was pretty much penciled into being a bench player as many had doubts his game would transfer to the Major Leagues. Once injuries forced Corey Hart to take over first base fulltime, Aoki was slotted into right field & proved he belonged as an everyday starter. This season Aoki’s not only continuing to prove he has MLB ability & talent, he’s making a great case as to why the Brewers should be seriously considering extending & keeping him around. The only thing going against Aoki is his age, but baseball players aren’t like football players where being over 30 usually means the beginning of a decline. If Aoki continues his solid play & I have no reason to think he won’t I hope we see the Brewers making the offer to keep him on the team for a few years to come.
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