Put 'er in the old vice!
Labels: Put 'er in the ole vice
Labels: Put 'er in the ole vice
Alright gang, it's officially the offseason hot stove season, and the Brewers are about to make some noise. I don't see them going all 2004 Yankees (sign Sheffield, trade Soriano for A-Rod, spend billions) but they've got some work to do. Here's the roster of players signed or under control for next season:
Labels: Yay Baseball
At the beginning of the season, $lash, Condescendy and BCB took part in a record and standings projection contest. Given the rules outlined, Condy and I split the championship (he won the records skins and I won the standings skins). Given that the winner receives a Handy (that's no typo) from me, I'll defer to overall record difference as the tie breaker, where I won 152-172 over Condescendy. Unless, of course, you'd like me to warm you up sometime, C.
Johnny Estrada doesn't need anyone to tell him how poorly he played in his first year as the Milwaukee Brewers' starting catcher, particularly behind the plate.
Labels: Johnnie the Monkey
Farve has shown that he can still play,
broke almost all the major passing records,
and continued to build chemistry with his wide outs
The Pack is 5-1 with only the Lions looking like any sort of threat in the North
The D has been very good, except against tight ends
The Offense has been explosive with only the lack of a consistant running game being a problem
but I have confidence the coaching staff will address these concerns as the season rolls on
I would say any Packer or Packer fan would be happy with this start of the season
Except for one.............
Some tournaments term the eight most qualified competitors 'elite'. We liken ours to colorectal waste. Let's face it, they fucking deserve it. Usingers and massively underachieving baseball players: It's just not summer without 'em.
I think I speak for all BCS contributors when I say that you've all shown tremendous hate for the Brewers thus far. We encourage you to continue your lack of support by voting in the Sewer Sixteen.
I figured I might as well just post all Round 1 matchups today, so here goes:
The image wouldn't expand, so you'll have to click on the smaller picture each round to see the bracket.
Labels: Opening Day
I have all the matchups set up based on VORP as of September 29th. The "best" "players" based on VORP are ranked highest. The worst "players" are ranked lowest as the favorite seeds. I will edit this post later to include links to the "seatings" for the four divisions, the Kinney Division, Franklin Division, Bando Division and Taylor Division.
Because the Brewers employed 40 baseball triers this season, there are 10 individuals in each division. Hence, there will be two play-in games in each division to get the remaining 32 contestants that we desire. The winner of the first round matchups will move to the Sewer Sixteen. Those winners move to the Excrement Eight, and the winners there move to the Feces Four, where the stakes are raised and pictures usually are used to make points. We are considering round-robin play in the Feces Four to determine the Hendy Winner.
Without further ado, here are your Play-in matchups:
10. P.Fielder v. 7. G. Jenkins
8. D. Bush v. 9. J. Suppan
9. J. Hardy v. 8. B. Shouse
10. R. Braun v. 7. D. Turnbow
9. R. Weeks v. 8. F. Cordero
10. C. Hart v. 7. J. Estrada
9. B. Sheets v. 8. C. Villanueva
10. Y. Gallardo v. 7. C. Vargas
For the third year running, Brew City Sports will open up voting for postseason awards to its contributors. We vote on Seven categories in each league: