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Miller Park’s Foul Ball Wall of Fame

It was the second inning of Friday‚Äôs game between the Brewers and Cardinals. Carlos Gomez stepped to the plate as the NL leader in batting average. After going 6-for-37 (.162 AVG) through the first nine games of the season, Gomez had gone on a tear…. [More]

MARLINS 6, Brewers 3: Not Mad At Ken Macha

This seems like the perfect game to be mad at Ken Macha. Dave Bush had completely recovered from what was a brutal first inning and was only 81 pitches deep after six innings. Instead of leaving him in, Macha decided to pinch hit Joe Inglett,… [More]

BREWERS 4, Astros 3: What The Hell Was That?!

I’m told that this was a Major League Baseball game. I’m told that Major League Baseball managers generally understand strategies, especially with regards to roster management, that should be employed in a major league baseball game. Therefore, I’m forced to conclude one of the following… [More]

Negativism And Poppycock

On NBC Sports’s baseball blog, Hardball Talk, there is a post from Aaron Gleeman titled “Brewers manager Ken Macha tired of ‘negativism’ and ‘poppycock’” Aren’t we all tired of negativism and poppycock? Here’s Macha’s full quote: Sunday was an exceptional day and to have any… [More]

Reading Into Attanasio’s Comments

Adam McCalvy talked to Brewers owner Mark Attanasio on Saturday, and Attanasio had some pretty interesting comments about the management of the Brewers. First, on GM Doug Melvin: “Doug Melvin is very, very secure. You’re not going to see any GM changes here. Absolutely not…. [More]

Fire Ken Macha

By on May 20, 2010

Fire Ken Macha

Somehow, some systems see the Brewers as having as high as a 5% chance of rising from the dead and grabbing a playoff berth. I wrote last night that it would take a minor miracle to get this team into the playoffs. Step one on… [More]