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My Thoughts: Today

I suppose I’ll use this blog to talk more about baseball. More specifically, the Milwaukee Brewers. They aren’t looking too great right now. Rickie Weeks is batting .189 with 24 strikeouts, Nyjer Morgan is batting .167, and Aramis Ramirez is batting .191 (as of 4/26/12). These guys are supposed to be some of our best hitters. That is honestly just pitiful. At least Corey Hart, Ryan Braun, Carlos Gomez and Mat Gamel are tearing it up. I suppose Alex Gonzalez is too. To those reading this, I apologize at how much, in my writing, I reference the Milwaukee Brewers. I feel as though I have developed an obsession with them. Maybe every baseball fan goes through that, I don’t know, but it certainly has gotten pretty bad. On a lighter note, check this out: http://www.threadbombing.com/data/media/30/groinbaseball.jpg I find this amusing. Hey, I have an idea, if anybody wants me to answer any baseball questions, you know, not questions like “how many career hits does Robin Yount have against lefties with the bases loaded”, but questions like “who do you think is going to win the AL MVP this year” then drop me an email at [email protected] , and I will post my answers in my next blog, including your questions. Of course, if I receive any questions. Oh, and to answer the above question, all I’ll say is, it wouldn’t surprise me if Curtis Granderson has a monster year. As much as I hate the Yankees, I have to admit, that kid has some raw talent.

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