Found March 06, 2013 on The Outside Corner:
Rollling along with the NL Central, today is Brewers day on TOC. Despite losing Prince Fielder last  year, and putting together a dreadful bullpen, Milwaukee still won 83 games, thanks in large part to fantastic offensive seasons from Ryan Braun, Carlos Gomez, and Aramis Ramirez. It may be more of the same for the Brewers this year, and the 83 wins they posted a year ago might be around what to expect again this season. Yesterday on TOC, it was Pirates day. Here's your recap.   Pirates on TOC End of Season Postmortem 2013 Season Preview You May Say I'm a Dreamer 2013 Burning Question This Is My Nightmare 2013 X-Factor Also around the Corner yesterday, here's what you missed. -Here's your WBC recap for yesterday, which saw the Netherlands and Chinese Taipei advance in Group B. -Red Sox minor leaguer Drake Britton was arrested after an awful evening in Florida. Welcome to Brewers day, and enjoy your Spring Training, everyone. [fo...
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