This week's poll was open from Monday at noon until Tuesday afternoon, and received 230 responses. Here are some of the notable results:
- Nearly all participants are on board with Doug Melvin and his major offseason moves. Melvin's approval rating is at a record-high 91%, the Zack Greinke trade was approved by 92% of voters and 99% approved of the Marcum deal.
- Ron Roenicke opens the 2011 season with an 81% approval rating, and just one voter disapproving.
- 96% of voters think the Brewers can make the playoffs with their current personnel.
- Recent moves have been somewhat less popular. Only 64% of voters approve of the decision to trade for Nyjer Morgan, and even fewer (42%) approve of the decision to acquire Sergio Mitre. With that said, approving voters had at least a plurality in both cases.
Follow the jump for the full results.
Who should start when the Brewers need a fifth starter for the first time on April 6?
Do you approve of the decision to acquire Zack Greinke and Yuniesky Betancourt from the Royals for Lorenzo Cain, Alcides Escobar, Jeremy Jeffress and Jake Odorizzi?
Do you approve of the decision to acquire Shaun Marcum from the Blue Jays for Brett Lawrie?
Do you approve of the decision to acquire Sergio Mitre from the Yankees for Chris Dickerson?
Do you approve of the decision to acquire Nyjer Morgan from the Nationals for Cutter Dykstra?
Do you approve of the job Doug Melvin is doing as General Manager of the Brewers?
Do you approve of the decision to hire Ron Roenicke as Manager of the Brewers?
Do you approve of the decision to hire Rick Kranitz as Pitching Coach of the Brewers?
Do you feel like the Brewers can make the playoffs with their current personnel (including the active roster, injured players and management?