Archive for: Jeff Suppan

Sunday Morning Musings

I sat down Saturday afternoon for what I anticipated would be an enjoyable Wisconsin sports doubleheader, figuring that the Milwaukee Brewers game against the Washington Nationals would segue nicely into the Milwaukee Bucks’ first playoff... read more »

 

Sunday Morning Musings

Just when I was ready to get back on the Milwaukee Bucks ‘bandwagon’, disaster strikes. After a couple of ugly stumbles last week, I questioned whether the Bucks were reverting to their not so glorious form. But they rebounded to... read more »

 

Saturday Morning Musings

(For once, I’m ahead of schedule) In sports, as in politics, the good is often made out to be the enemy of the perfect. And we saw a couple of prime examples of that concept come into play this last week. First, there seemed to... read more »

 

QUICK HIT: Minimizing the Downside

The Milwaukee Brewers are looking into every option in their desperate attempts to solve their pitching woes after last season’s mound meltdown cost them any chance at a repeat appearance in the playoffs.  Unfortunately all of the currently... read more »

 

Pitching Meltdown Continues

In a confirmation of the Brewers pitching woes, General Manager Doug Melvin reacquired former starter Claudio Vargas from Los Angeles.  I’m sure we all remember what a stellar job Vargas did in his last stint in Milwaukee.  Actually,... read more »

 

Pitching Finding Own Level?

The biggest concern among fans of the Milwaukee Brewers heading into the 2009 season was about the quality of their pitching, particularly the starting rotation.  For most of this season, it’s safe to say that the pitching has exceeded... read more »

 

Reflections on the Week that Was

First of all, sad farewells to Mark “The Bird” Fidrych, Harry Kalas and, most of all, Merle Harmon.  All three will be sorely missed and fondly remembered.  May they rest in peace. ================================================= Brewers... read more »

 

QUICK HIT: Soooooup!

Actually, they’re not yelling “Sooooup”; they’re booing. Much of the discussion today following last night’s Milwaukee Brewers loss to the Chicago Cubs predictably focused on starting pitcher Jeff Suppan’s... read more »