Found February 11, 2013 on Miller Park Drunk:
In their recent analysis of a trade between the Athletics and the Astros the gang over at Brew Crew Ball included this line in their opening: Both sides of yesterday's Athletics/Astros trade show us why it's good to be a Brewer fan. The gist of the article, it seems, is that the As gave up a lot to fill a need that the Brewers no longer have and that they are in a better position going forward than the Astros. This is oh so very true. Jean Segura could work out great and fill a serious need for a long time, it would suck to be the Astros and the Brewers have very few legit holes in their roster. It is a good time to root for this particular baseball team over those particular baseball teams. (Well, except the As who have an (arguably) better front office, deeper farm system and had a much more fun 2012 than the Brewers, but still.) This is a good point, I suppose, liking the Brewers is "fun" right now. They've been in the discussion for the playoffs in four of ...
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