This week's poll was open from Monday at noon through Tuesday, and received 306 responses. Here are some notable results:
- The Brewers' decisions regarding Aramis Ramirez, Alex Gonzalez, Casey McGehee and Norichika Aoki all received over 70% approval.
- The lone close call was Takashi Saito, with just 53% of voters thinking the Brewers made the right decision by letting him go.
- Nearly half of the poll voters (49%) said they expect the Brewers will win between 85-89 games this season. 24% are expecting between 90 and 94 wins.
Follow the jump for the full results.
Do you approve of the decision to sign Aramis Ramirez to a three year, $36 million deal?
The terms of Alex Gonzalez's new deal have him making $4.25 million in 2012, with a vesting option for 2013 that will pay him $4 million if he makes 525 plate appearances in 2012. Does this change your opinion on the signing?
|Yes, and I'm against it now.||19||6%|
|Yes, and I'm for it now.||19||6%|
Assuming all three shortstops were available at this price, which would you have wanted the Brewers to sign?
|Alex Gonzalez (one year, $4.25 million with vesting option for 2013)||184||60%|
|Clint Barmes (two years, $11 million)||66||22%|
|Rafael Furcal (two years, $14 million)||30||10%|
Takashi Saito's new contract with the Diamondbacks will pay him $1.75 million in 2012. How should the Brewers have handled this situation?
|They should have offered more.||109||36%|
|They made the right decision by not offering more.||161||53%|
Do you approve of the decision to trade Casey McGehee to the Pirates for Jose Veras?
Do you approve of the decision to bid $2.5 million for the right to negotiate with Japanese outfielder Norichika Aoki?
Assuming Ryan Braun does get suspended to open the 2012 season, how many games do you expect the Brewers to win this season?
|74 or less||6||2%|
|100 or more||3||1%|