Great128 asks me for my "Best Brewers 25-Man Roster"
|C: Johnny "Nah I think I'll just walk it out" Estrada||C Yorvit Torrealba||SP Josh Stinson||RP Alfredo Figaro|
|1B Yuniesky Betancourt||BN Edwin Maysonet||SP Jeff Suppan||RP Michael Gonzalez|
|2B Felipe Lopez||BN Craig Counsell||SP Braden Looper||RP Seth McClung|
|3B Ryan Braun||BN Laynce Nix||SP Doug Davis||RP Eric Gagne|
|SS Jeff Bianchi||BN Eric Farris||SP Tomo Ohka||RP Livan Hernandez|
|LF Kevin Mench||RP David Riske|
|CF: Mark Kotsay||RP Tim Dillard|
|RF Brad Nelson|
AKBrewerfan wonders, "Once you have all the money, how do you plan on keeping the world's economies from collapsing?"
Simple. I eliminate all biological humans and create a robot race to serve my every whim.
@BrewCrewBall As it stands now, what are the odds the Brewers still try to get Alvarez?— Mike Carey (@drezdn) December 11, 2015
I'll put it at 50/50. Honestly I think it has a high probability of being a disaster. I'm a firm believer he should not be allowed to field a position. However last year was the first time he was asked to play a significant amount of time there. Maybe he can be not as much of a liability with more reps? I will acknowledge that he's exactly the type of dude the Brewers should be targeting. He could hit a f---ton of home runs in the first half and be tradeable by the deadline. That's one of the types of free agents they should be targeting--ones they think can be traded. The other type are defensive specialists which he very much is not.
@BrewCrewBall when a tweet from this account is unsigned, who's the author? Stephen Chapman?— Jason Geisler (@jgeisler95) December 11, 2015
It's actually Steve Blackman. And when it's not him it's just one of us that forgot.
And that's it for this week. Ask more questions this time!