Found March 21, 2012 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
PHOENIX They were once Harvey's Wallbangers. Then they were the Prince and his Court. Regardless of the moniker hung on the Milwaukee Brewers, the one thing it seemed they were known was the heavy lumber in the lineup. Not anymore. The Brewers just might have the deepest pitching staff not only in the NL Central this year, but in the entire National League, which is why the idea of them defending their division title has merit. The Cincinnati Reds are awfully good, and should learn from the struggles of a year ago. St. Louis, however, has three major voids Albert Pujols, Dave Duncan and Tony La Russa along with growing uncertainty about the health of right-hander Chris Carpenter. And the Chicago Cubs, Houston Astros and Pittsburgh Pirates are well, they are the Cubs, Astros and Pirates. It is not by chance that the Brewers have such a good chance for a postseason return. Hidden amid the fascination of an offense built around the explosive bats of Prince Fielder and Ry...

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