This is the penultimate entry in our one-day series looking at the Brewer first half and the second half to come. Our guest this time is resident Uni Watcher Nicole Haase.
KL: What's your favorite Brewer alternate uniform the Brewers have worn this season? Any you're looking forward to in the second half?
NH: I'm still a fan of the pinstripes. I understand that the team wants to create their own identity and not be tied to the '82 club, but the fans love the look. We haven't done to many alternates so far this season, so there's not a lot to choose from. The Cerveceros were an abomination I hope we never repeat.
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KL: Complete this sentence: "If I ran the team, every Brewer would wear his uniform like _________."
NH: Nyjer Morgan. I prefer it when he wears stirrups, but he's only been wearing high socks recently. He has a good amount of bagginess to his shortened pants. It's a total old school look. It just looks clean and proper to me.
KL: Most of our readers probably don't know that you just got back from a week in Key West. What'd you miss most about the Brewers while you were gone?
NH: I'm not sure if there's one specific thing I missed, but I did find it extremely hard to not to be able to watch games.We're far enough into the season that you become used to watching a game every night. We were lucky that the Brewers played the Rays while we were in Florida because we were able to watch one of the games of that series in the bar we were at. I just felt so left out and removed. I'd check twitter before we went to bed and would feel like I'd missed out on some great stuff - the Nyjer Morgan-led untucking, the Yuni inside-the-park home run. I mean, your fandom can officially be listed as a sickness when you're in paradise for 10 days and you're still checking espn.com for score updates.
Now, the lightning-ish round:
Give me one roster move the Brewers should make today.