Brewers Blogs Roundup, May 9, 2013

So, there’s this blog thing I created, then promptly ignored when life got in the way.  Well, I can’t promise I’m back for good, but let’s see what we can’t do for a little while, huh?

Over on Cream City Cables, Nathan Petrashek (@NPetrashek) talked about Rickie Weeks and what the Brewers should do with him, including what the fans want them do.
TL;DR: Rickie’s fine, calm down and stop it with the torches and pitchforks.

Over on Ron Roenicke Stole My Baseball (Seriously, guys, if there’s a blog that I recommend you all read more than this one, it’s this.  It’s a gold mine with a catchy title.), @Rubie_Q (Real Name Unknown) talks about his adventure listening to sports talk radio.  It’s rather lengthy, but certainly worth your time.
TL;DR: Sports talk radio is hilarious and upsetting.

Taking a look at The Brewers Bar, Enrique Bakemeyer (@C_Enrique_B) looks at Brewers hitters and how they fare when they get behind in the count.  It’s certainly an interesting way to take a look at the hitters for sure.
TL;DR: Good hitters are good, Yuni B is bad.

Miller Park Drunk, our resident Pants Party 3 Host, saw Vince Morales (@millerparkdrunkhave a different reaction on Yuni B than most people do.  He also included Dr. Strangelove in his title, so there’s that.
TL;DR: Someone is Voldemort.

Lastly, probably the largest collection of Brewers writing out there, Disciples of Uecker had a few highlights.  Vineet Barot (@VBarot87) let you know what’s going on with the other NL Central clubs, J.P. Breen (@JP_Breen) wrote about Miller Park playing like a freaking sandbox, Nicholas Zettel (@SpectiveWax)  took his weekly look at some Pythagorean numbers around baseball, and apparently J.P. has too much time on his hands because he highlighted a few historical Brewers scouting reports.

If there’s a blog or five I’ve missed, please let me know.  It’s a work in progress.  But I figure since Brew Crew Ball already has those Frosty Mugs every morning, I might as well take a more fan-centered view on my links.  Please follow all these lovely men on Twitter, as their thoughts and opinions can’t be contained that effectively.

Until next time…

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