This week's Brew Crew Ball Tracking Poll was open from noon Monday through the day Tuesday and received 230 responses. Here are some notable results:
- Narrowing the field from six candidates to three didn't help voters pick a primary first baseman. 39% prefer Mark Reynolds while 32% like Juan Francisco and 21% remain undecided.
- Given five candidates for one bullpen spot, 33% of voters chose Tyler Thornburg and 31% took Alfredo Figaro over a group that included Zach Duke, Donovan Hand and Rob Wooten.
- 92% of voters said they're not concerned by Jean Segura's lack of power this spring. The poll was posted before his triple on Monday but many fans presumably voted after that.
The full results are below.
Which of these three candidates should be the Brewers' primary first baseman?
Assuming they cannot work out a trade that would allow them to send him to the minors, what should the Brewers do with Rule 5 selection Wei-Chung Wang?
|Keep him on the active roster.||194||84%|
|Return him to the Pirates.||14||6%|
If the Brewers can only keep one of these five pitchers on the Opening Day roster, which one should it be?
Jean Segura has ten hits in 35 at bats (as of Monday, hitting .286/.342/.314) this spring but just one extra base hit, a double. Are you concerned by his lack of extra base hits?
Do you approve of the job Doug Melvin is doing as general manager of the Brewers?
Do you approve of the job Ron Roenicke is doing as manager of the Brewers?
Have you been watching this spring's televised games on FS Wisconsin?
|Yes, all of them.||17||7%|
|Yes, some of them.||61||27%|
|I've watched one or two games.||50||22%|