This is DEFINITELY not the way I envisioned the Brewers starting off the season.

Especially not after the Opening Day back-to-back home run show put on by Rickie Weeks and Carlos Gomez against the Reds on the 31st. It's all been downhill from there.

Woah woah. Slow your roll down that hill. There are 158 more games to go! Perk up fans, it's going to be okay!

Lucroy, Hart and Greinke will be back soon. (Really, they will be.)

It seems that our hitting is what needs help. Well that and all of our pitching EXCEPT the starting pitching. Gallardo, Marcum and Narveson all look quite good. Wolf could use a little bit more control, but he's always been hot and cold. They just need the flippin' run support. Am I right? (The answer is YES.)

Hitting HR's is exciting, but it is never going to guarantee that the Brewers will win games. Nope. Let's play a game called: hit for the cycle. Maybe the Brewers should try it.

The relief pitchers scare the crap out of me. Every. Single. One of them. Wasn't Axford supposed to be our guy? Not to mention the others. Loe, Kintzler, Mitre, Saito... YIKES.

The Brewers are officially last in the NL Central. That's only because the Astros have only played 3 games. Their record is 0-3.
The Red Sox haven't won a game yet either. It's early people.

But if the Crew is going to have my estimated 92-wins this season, they best start winning now. That and stay healthy.

Also of note: found through one of my tweeps: All 8 playoff teams in '10 had losing streak of at least 4g at some point last year. NYY only team without a 5g L streak. Thanks @jenlada and @jstein1981 for that! (So you're sayin' there's a chance!)

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