This week's poll was open from Tuesday at noon through Wednesday, and received 271 responses. Here are some notable results:
- If Corey Hart is not at full strength when the Brewers open the season on April 6, just 3% of voters think the Brewers should get him back in the lineup before he's 100%. 95% would rather have him open the season on the DL.
- A plurality of voters (47%) think Logan Schafer should make the roster if Hart goes on the DL.
- 96% of voters approve of Jonathan Lucroy's new contract extension.
- Assuming Shaun Marcum is limited to 75-85 pitches in his first start, 51% of voters would still choose to start him instead of Marco Estrada.
Follow the jump for the full results.
Do you approve of the Brewers' decision to sign Jonathan Lucroy to a five year deal believed to be worth over $11 million?
Assuming Corey Hart is not at full strength by Opening Day, what should the Brewers do?
|Get him back in the lineup as soon as possible, even if he's not quite 100%.||7||3%|
|Have him start the season on the DL and make sure he's 100% before he rejoins the team.||258||95%|
If Hart opens the season on the DL, who should make the Opening Day roster in his place?
Assuming these are the options, who would you rather have starting one of the season's first five games?
|Shaun Marcum, limited to 75-85 pitches.||139||51%|
|Marco Estrada, at full strength.||123||45%|
Do you agree with the Brewers' decision not to negotiate a contract extension with Shaun Marcum during the season?
If the final spot in the Brewer bullpen comes down to one of these pitchers, which should the Brewers keep on the roster?
|Zach Braddock (2 options remaining)||97||36%|
|Tim Dillard (no options remaining)||125||46%|
Assuming Brooks Conrad will make the team, who should be the Brewers' other backup infielder and primary backup at shortstop?
|None of these - they need to make a move to address the position.||70||26%|