85% of voters in this week's Brew Crew Ball Tracking Poll say the Brewers should not offer Ryan Dempster a three year deal.
This week's Brew Crew Ball Tracking Poll was open from noon Monday through Tuesday and received 281 responses. Here are some notable results:
- 56% of fans say the Brewers can compete in 2013 without making any more additions to the starting rotation, but just 31% think they can without any more bullpen moves.
- 65% of fans say the Brewers should not exceed a two-year offer to Ryan Dempster. Another 20% think they should take their two-year offer off the table.
- Voters are split (44% to 43) on whether the Brewers should have offered Brandon McCarthy a bigger contract than what he got from the Diamondbacks.
- A majority of voters agree that the Brewers should not have exceeded contract offers to Dan Haren, Randy Choate or Sean Burnett.
Full results are below.
If the Brewers do not make any more additions to their starting rotation this winter, can they compete in 2013?
If the Brewers do not make any more additions to their bullpen this winter, can they compete in 2013?
The Brewers are believed to be willing to offer a two-year contract to Ryan Dempster, who is reportedly seeking a three-year deal. What should the Brewers do?
|Offer a third year.||40||14%|
|Stick to their two-year offer.||182||65%|
|Take their offer off the table.||55||20%|
Former Athletics pitcher Brandon McCarthy recently signed a two-year, $15 million deal with the Diamondbacks. Should the Brewers have offered him a bigger contract?
Former Nationals pitcher Sean Burnett recently signed a two-year, $8 million deal with the Angels. Should the Brewers have offered him a bigger contract?