Jun 1, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Norichika Aoki (7) waits on deck against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. The Brewers defeated the Phillies, 4-3. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Poll: Who's To Blame For The Brewers' Struggles?

Coming into today, the Milwaukee Brewers have a record of 21-33. They are in the cellar of the N.L. Central and trail the division-leading St. Louis Cardinals by a whopping 15.5 games.

Nothing has gone right for the Brewers. The starting rotation has been an abomination (5.41 ERA), leaving many Brewers fans questioning the point of signing Kyle Lohse. Meanwhile, Milwaukee’s offense, though potent, has failed to score runs on a consistent basis.

When a team is expected to compete (as the Brewers are), the fingers usually get pointed at the manager or general manager. In some cases, they are used as a scapegoat, but in others, they are the ones at fault.

Who’s to blame?

Who's To Blame For The Brewers' Struggles?

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