This week's poll was open from noon Monday through Tuesday evening, and received 349 responses. Here are some of the notable results:
- 68% of voters think Casey McGehee should remain in the lineup, but move down in the order.
- 68% of voters also said they're not following the MLB Draft closely, but will check out the players the Brewers draft when it's over.
- 78% of voters are either very or somewhat confident in John Axford's ability to close out games.
Follow the jump for the full results.What should the Brewers do with Casey McGehee, who is 0-for his last 14 and batting .207/.266/.302 since May 1, in the short term?
|Nothing. Leave him where he is.||62||18%|
|Keep playing him every day, but move him down in the lineup.||238||68%|
|Remove him as the everyday third baseman.||29||8%|
Who should be the Brewers' primary shortstop?
|Two of more of these players should evenly split time.||173||50%|
How closely are you following/did you follow this week's MLB Draft?
|I'm following it closely.||68||19%|
|I'm not following it closely, but I'll check out the players the Brewers drafted when it's over.||237||68%|
|I'm not following it at all.||44||13%|
John Axford recorded saves in each of the first three games in the Marlins series with scoreless innings, but allowed two hits and four walks while doing so. How confident are you in his ability to close out games going forward?
|Neither confident nor not confident.||34||10%|
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?
Do you approve of the job Rick Kranitz is doing as Pitching Coach of the Brewers?
Do you approve of the job Dale Sveum is doing as Hitting Coach of the Brewers?