Vineet Barot | Disciples of Uecker - Part 2

Disciples of Uecker

We'd like to go to the Playoffs, that would be cool.

Posts by Vineet Barot

The Stories of NL Central

Baseball is one of the most regionalist sports of our time. We know every single detail about every single player on the roster, the play-by-play is done by biased announcers that focus only on the accomplishments of the home team and we obsess over every… [More]

Unlucky End to a Lucky Streak

The hot streak is over, folks. We will not be getting our free burgers after all. After being shut-out in the first 8 and 2/3 innings, the Brewers were able to score a run on a bloop double to right field and a clutch hit… [More]

Offense Breaks Out, Braun Strikes Out

The Brewers are 4-8 with back-to-back wins! The key to winning both games was scoring more runs than the other team. Perhaps that had slipped their mind in the earlier games.  Maybe they were reminded of it around Jackie Robinson Day. Whatever the reason, they… [More]

Wily Peralta: Key For A Winning Season

Another day, another late game loss for the Brew Crew. The Brewers scored early in the second inning on a cold, windy day in Chicago, but the bullpen was unable to hang onto a tie game. John Axford continues to show his inability to stay… [More]

Kyle Lohse and Miller Park Attendance

I got a phone call yesterday from the Milwaukee Brewers office: “Hi this is Mark from the Milwaukee Brewers. We saw that you bought tickets from us last year. Would you be interested in a buying a 10-pack?” Yes I would! The baseball season is… [More]

The value of a #2 pitcher

Since the end of the 2012 season, the Milwaukee Brewers fans have been waiting for their team to get a free agent starting pitcher. Not just any pitcher. Not a decent pitcher. Not an amazing pitcher. The demand has been specific: The Brewers need a… [More]

The Lineup Question

By on March 9, 2013

The Lineup Question

 The Brewers offense was #1 in the NL in 2012 yet they won fewer than 85 games. Obviously, the offense isn’t the problem. Nori Aoki became a proven leadoff hitter with a .355 OBP and 30 stolen bases, Braun hit a record 41 homers and… [More]