PHOENIX, AZ - FEBRUARY 24: Ryan Braun #8 of the Milwaukee Brewers talks to the media prior to spring workouts at Maryvale Baseball Park on February 24, 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)
This week's poll was open from noon Monday until 8 pm Tuesday, and received 248 responses. Here are some notable results.
- A majority of voters (57%) think Ryan Braun did not take performance enhancing drugs or other banned substances in 2011. Just 13% think he did.
- 88% of voters feel Braun should not have been suspended.
- 70% of voters would support a contract extension for Zack Greinke but would not support one for Shaun Marcum.
- 88% of voters think Doug Melvin should get a contract extension this spring, but only 58% would give one to Ron Roenicke.
Follow the jump for the full results.
Given what we've been told about what happened, do you believe Ryan Braun took performance enhancing drugs or other banned substances in 2011?
Do you think Ryan Braun should have been suspended to open the 2012 season?
|Yes, but I'm worried about what it would cost.||140||56%|
|Yes, and I'm not worried about what it would cost.||34||14%|
Do you think the Brewers should attempt to sign Zack Greinke and/or Shaun Marcum to contract extensions this spring?
|Yes for Greinke but not Marcum||173||70%|
|Yes for Marcum but not Greinke||2||1%|
|Yes for both.||66||27%|
|No for both.||2||1%|
Are you concerned about Shaun Marcum's reported shoulder soreness this spring?
Doug Melvin's contract expires following the 2012 season. Should the Brewers sign him to an extension this spring?
Ron Roenicke's contract expires following the 2012 season, but the Brewers hold a club option for 2013. Should the Brewers sign him to a contract extension this spring?
The Brewers' lease at their spring training facility in Maryvale expires following the season, but they hold a two-year club option. What should the organization do?
|Move to another facility next spring.||111||45%|
|Exercise the option for two more years.||45||18%|
|Work on a long term deal to stay in the facility.||16||6%|