Archive for: Norichika Aoki

Pocket Doppler Founding Fathers Brewers’ Predictions

Pocket Doppler Founding Fathers Brewers’ Predictions

Originally this was going to be a Daybreak Doppler sign off but upon further review decided to turn it into a standalone post.  So without further ado, here we go. Chris’ Predictions: Wins: 77 NL Central Finish: 4th Team MVP: Ryan Braun Before... read more »

 

A Violent Femme’s View – Rookie Season

A Violent Femme’s View – Rookie Season

As many of you know, this was my first season following the Brewers closely. Now that the season is at an end, sadly earlier than I had hoped, I had some thoughts about what this season was like for me as a fan. There’s nothing... read more »

 

A Violent Femme’s View – Things I Think I Think – On Wisconsin

A Violent Femme’s View – Things I Think I Think – On Wisconsin

So, as you probably know if you follow me on Twitter and weren’t hiding under a rock, I had the pleasure of visiting the great state of Wisconsin last week and spending the most time (in one trip) that I ever have there. In six days,... read more »

 

Brewers Midseason Report Card

Brewers Midseason Report Card

We’ve hit the All-Star break, passed the mathematical midpoint of the season last week, and Milwaukee sits at 40-45, 8 games back of division leading Pittsburgh (yeah, I can’t believe I wrote that either) and 6 games back of a wild... read more »

 

Ruminations On Strategy And Identity

Ruminations On Strategy And Identity

The unthinkable has happened. The Brewers’ offense could only muster 7 runs against a mediocre-at-best trio of Royals pitchers and the bullpen imploded in three consecutive games with the damage credited to Milwaukee’s top... read more »

 

Milwaukee Brewers: Overachievers

Milwaukee Brewers: Overachievers

On Sunday, the Nashville Sounds Milwaukee Brewers dropped the rubber match of a three-game set to the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6–5. Forced to field a lineup without their banged-up three-hole and cleanup hitters, six starters were not fixtures... read more »