More like, June in Juneau!
Seriously, what is going on. I went to the Brewer game last night just to freeze my arse off while doing some tailgating with some fine refreshing Miller products. Thankfully the Miller girls recognized my hand being cold on my beer and delivered me a can coozie to keep my poor frigid hands off of the cold aluminum container.
Bill Hall? More like, Boo Hall!
Maybe, Bill Hall should have thought about possible reaction around Milwaukee before he had his agent come out demanding a trade because of the platoon Billy has found himself in. Someone should let Hall know that we are no longer in the "developmental" stage, we are in the winning stage, and we are in no position to mess around with a guy batting below the Mendoza line against right handed pitching! Ned Yost finally made a move that is geared towards winning now, and not trying to make everyone happy, and benched Bill against righties, good for Ned! I was at the game last night and happily booed whenever Bill Hall was up to the plate, whenever he struck out, and even when he got a hit. Ah well, Milwaukee needed someone new to express their disdain for. Bill Hall is the new, less talented Gary Sheffield! Let's just hope he doesn't purposely chuck a ball into the stands!
You stay classy Brewers faithful
I do have to admit, I am very proud of the Brewer fans giving Randy Johnson a nice ovation after he left the game. Randy had passed Roger Clemens on the all time strikeout list to move into sole possession of 2nd place. It's always nice to hear the following from a future hall of famer (talking about MKE fans): "One thing I won't forget in my career is the crowd," Johnson said. "Walking off the mound to get a standing ovation like that, as a visiting player, that meant a lot. That's pretty classy, and I won't forget that."Hats off to Randy! He has many accomplishments, 2nd all time in strikeouts, a no hitter, and his fastball is actually lethal (to birds at least)!