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2019-06-18: Brewers (Woodruff) at Padres (Allen) [Brewers lose, 4-1]

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Posted: June 18, 2019, 10:21 PM Post
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Wingenter hates the ants that live 4 feet in front of home plate.

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Joey Meyer Bombs said:
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I do hope that David Stearns is not of this opinion. He can't be fooled by that fact. This team is not very good.


LOL ... how long have you actually been a Brewer fan? Calling this team not good is an insult to the Selig-Preib years of futility.


It’s all about expectations, or lack thereof back in the early 2000s. There were high expectations after last year, and this team is not as good as last year’s team.


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Posted: June 18, 2019, 10:22 PM Post
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Arcia getting base running lessons from Perez.

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glue the bat to Arcia's shoulder until he's got 2 strikes on him


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When is the last time Arcia had a hit? Pittsburgh?


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Posted: June 18, 2019, 10:23 PM Post
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trwi7 said:

Why does it matter that they’re in first place. You’re watching a singular game. Would you rather people just not post when they’re playing bad?

And yes, if it bothers you, ignore it. People shouldn’t kowtow to people that don’t like when others point out anything negative.

Do you think Orioles fans should never post anything positive in oriolefan.net game threads because they suck?


Of course people can post about being disappointed during a game. i think its the blanket "this team sucks" or "I can't believe this is a winning team" stuff that gets old. But yeah, people express frustration in all different ways. Like I said above, I'm wrong. I apologize. Bash on.


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Posted: June 18, 2019, 10:24 PM Post
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mtrebs said:
Joey Meyer Bombs said:
Bulldogboy said:
I do hope that David Stearns is not of this opinion. He can't be fooled by that fact. This team is not very good.


LOL ... how long have you actually been a Brewer fan? Calling this team not good is an insult to the Selig-Preib years of futility.


It’s all about expectations, or lack thereof back in the early 2000s. There were high expectations after last year, and this team is not as good as last year’s team.

Exactly. Shouldn't have to be explained.


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Posted: June 18, 2019, 10:25 PM Post
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I don't think this guy could throw 3 strikes before throwing 4 balls right now - dude is all over the place


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Posted: June 18, 2019, 10:26 PM Post
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mtrebs said:
Joey Meyer Bombs said:
Bulldogboy said:
I do hope that David Stearns is not of this opinion. He can't be fooled by that fact. This team is not very good.


LOL ... how long have you actually been a Brewer fan? Calling this team not good is an insult to the Selig-Preib years of futility.


It’s all about expectations, or lack thereof back in the early 2000s. There were high expectations after last year, and this team is not as good as last year’s team.


I also remember many fans saying the season was over after they dropped 5 against the Pirates last year. Saying this year's team isn't as good as last year's is one of those blanket statements that's also thrown out there a lot. Whole lot of season left to make that determination.


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This is Arcia's 4th year. It's possible a light turns on for him at some point. It's more likely that we're just in "this is who he is" territory with him.


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lol...most depressing way to break the scoring snide ever


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It was a gift but the 20th inning produced a run.


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Arcia needs some days off ...
Shaw needs some weeks off ...
Moose might be forced to have some weeks off ...

It's time for Saladino and Hiura, baby!

Let's go, Brewers!

Play the hot bats.
Freeze the cold bats.


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Oh goodie.....Claudio vs a righty.


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Probably my biggest frustration right now stems from the fact that we knew we had a gauntlet of LHP coming up on this trip. We knew we had a weapon that could be useful against said gauntlet, we chose not to use him. And here we are, struggling to score runs against that stretch of LHP.


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adambr2 said:
This is Arcia's 4th year. It's possible a light turns on for him at some point. It's more likely that we're just in "this is who he is" territory with him.

True. If a light bulb doesn't turn on after almost 4 years it's likely burned out. It ain't turning on.


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Imagine trading Fernando Tatis Jr. for the crap years of James Shields.

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Posted: June 18, 2019, 10:30 PM Post
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Bulldogboy said:
Exactly. Shouldn't have to be explained.


There's a BIG difference between throwing out the blanket "this team is not very good", and saying this team isn't as good as the one that won 96 games last year. Given the difficult first part of the season schedule, I imagine most fans would be more than happy to have the team with a record where's its currently at. Yeah, they are having a bad trip. They'll play better soon.


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Posted: June 18, 2019, 10:33 PM Post
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Nice to see a good outing from Burnes tonight. It would be nice for him to get some things figured out and find his productive reliever status again.


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Posted: June 18, 2019, 10:35 PM Post
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adambr2 said:
Probably my biggest frustration right now stems from the fact that we knew we had a gauntlet of LHP coming up on this trip. We knew we had a weapon that could be useful against said gauntlet, we chose not to use him. And here we are, struggling to score runs against that stretch of LHP.

This is the toughest pill to swallow, IMO. It’s impossible to know if any of these game results would have been different, but at least you would have been giving yourself the best possible chance to score runs throughout these six games on the west coast, five of which were against left handed starting pitchers.


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