Up to No. 8!

Just saw the newly updated list of leaders in the MLBlogsphere and we’re up to No. 8 among the MLB.com beat writers. Thanks to everyone for following the stuff here, and on the main site, and on Twitter. I read all of the comments and I appreciate those of you who have joined the discussion.

Interesting roster move coming today/tomorrow for the Brewers. I imagine they will make some sort of move with Chris Duffy, which would be too bad after his nice Spring Training. The only other option I could think of is Jorge Julio, who has a very good arm but walks way too many batters for manager Ken Macha’s tastes. Casey McGehee has Minor League options, but I wonder if Bill Hall reached the end of the rope tonight against Oswalt and we’ll start seeing McGehee more at third base.

Anyway, intriguing days are ahead, and I just wanted to stop to say I appreciate all of you who have joined in. I’m trying to be better about integrating the blog and the “tweets” into my coverage, and it’s a work in progress.


[Should have mentioned that I’m headed home this morning and won’t have the Minny series. You’re in good hands, and I’ll catch everybody on Memorial Day back at Miller Park.]

1 Comment

A CNN/SI writer speculated that the Cubs and Brewers are the front runners to deal for Peavy. I’m not drinking the Kool Aid just yet. From what I’ve read, the Padres demands in terms of prosepcts are very high. Is there any indication Melvin would be willing to sell the farm system to get Peavy? Also, is there any indication Peavy has warmed to the idea of adding the Crew to his short list of teams he’s willing to move to? Maybe Mr. Hell’s Bells hasPeavy on his call list?

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