Couple things of note. it looks like Hader and Williams are back on track. Today Williams threw 10 pitches, 8 for strikes. Hader was 11 pitches, 8 strikes. He had 15 pitches and 11 strikes Fri. and 19 pitches and 11 strikes on Sat. Now he can rest for several days.
Another point, how can Vogelbach get the base on balls he draws? He has 42 walks on 205 at bats. Compare that to Garcia with 45 walks with 445 at bats and Navarez with 40 walks with 376 at bats. I think it is interesting that a man with his size can draw that many walks per at bats.
Anyway, CONGRATS BREW CREW!!!!! A team with more heart than I've ever seen. They may not have as much talent as the 1982 Brewers, But they have the heart that may win it all.
Quite a year for Wisconsin sports. First a Bucks Championship. Then on the day that Wisconsin born Steve Stricker captains the U S team to the greatest and largest victory ever in the Ryder Cup, in Wisconsin no less the Brewers clinch a Division title. And the Packers look good so far in San Fran. Great day and year for Wisconsin Pro Sports.
EDIT: Last second Packer win is a perfect ending to this day!!!
I hate to say this because I can't stand the Cardinals, but I'm hoping that they beat the Dodgers in the one game playoff. The Cardinals have got to come back to earth sometime soon. I would rather face the Cardinals instead of the Dodgers in the playoffs.
TimpranilloBe assured, there will be a lawsuit filed for that. Count on it.
Jesus Tapdancing Christ.
Devin Williams is being placed on the 10-day IL with a fractured right hand. He told us he had too much to drink after Sunday’s celebration, got upset about something and punched a wall with his pitching hand. He will need surgery.