New Strategy?

Since the Brewers can’t win, did Narveson just employ a new strategy? Taking out the home plate umpire before the game? Risky move…

2 Responses to “New Strategy?”

  1. Brewerfever78 Says:

    Is this season lost already? 2 years ago, Packer season didn’t start until October, now it appears to be starting in May! This team is too good to be 9 games under .500. Let me rephrase that; this team has too much talent to be 9 games under .500

    I am not giving up on them, but I think it’s time to trade Hart while he’s luke warm. Thanks to the Phillies, Fielder will not sign for less than $25 million a year, and imagine if anything were to happen to him. I love the guy, but there are a few more Casey McGehee’s out there…guys who can produce if just given the chance. (the hard part is finding them). Escobar needs to get his OBP up and Hoffman…The guy should have hung it up last year. Now, he’s going to limp to 600 saves.

    What does everything think? I still say this is a 85 win team…gotta start manufacturing runs, get a consistant rotation that can pitch into the 6-7th innings 4 of 5 days, and then get the right people in the bullpen. And unlike the Pirates and Astros, I think this team has the talent to do it.

  2. kade in dubuque Says:

    I said before the season started that this was a team that is about 5-10 games under .500 at the end of the year. I hope to god I am incorrect. You can’t win without pitching we need to get rid of our trend of getting NL re-treads many of the starters who come from the AL seem to pitch better and vice versa NL pitchers pitching worse in the AL. EX: Jake Peavy.

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