Jun 12, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Norichika Aoki (right) celebrates with first baseman Juan Francisco (left) after defeating the Miami Marlins 10-1 at Marlins Park. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Brew Crew Online Season Two: Episode Eleven

Welcome again to our second season of Brew Crew Online. In episode eleven, senior staff writer Lou Olsen, staff writer Curt Hogg and I to discuss every and all things Milwaukee Brewers for a solid forty-five minutes. In this episode, we talked about the Brewers’ play in the month of June, the rise of some younger talent, some shenanigans and much more. Here’s a more in-depth look on what Lou, Curt and I discussed:

Carlos Gomez has been having quite the incredible season in 2013. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

  • The previous series with the Miami Marlins
  • Are things turning around for the Brewers?
  • Can the team take a game from the Cincinnati Reds this weekend?
  • Next month’s trade deadline and what it may mean
  • How long can Francisco Rodriguez be consistent?
  • Is Curt going to be the next Bud Selig?
  • Jean Segura and Carlos Gomez‘s monster seasons
  • Mike Fiers‘ future with the Brew Crew
  • Could the Brewers possibly be buyers at the trade deadline?
  • The brawl between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks
  • A preview of Lou’s Ken Macha impression
  • Our individual picks for pitcher, hitter and goat of the week
  • Random banter

Thank you again for listening. Be sure to follow Lou, Curt and myself on Twitter alongside Reviewing the Brew. Also be sure to vote for any Brewers for the All-Star Game here. We will see you next week and as always, go Brewers!

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  • http://www.facebook.com/mikey.joe.731 Mikey Joe

    I’m one fan that’s seriously tired of all this Murph trade talk – Murph qua trade-bait. It might be best for all parties involved to put him with a competing team. At the very least, it would mean the end of all this talk.

    That said, there is no way Valdespin is a serious infielder or even better than Murph at 2nd; his time in the minors illustrates this reality perfectly. Some folks willing to trade Murph need to recognize that Jordany is in no way a step up on the defensive side. For the record, I’m not on the Valdespin fanwagon. I don’t get it at all. He’s a terrific pinch hitter, but his fielding prowess either at 2nd or SS has a lot to be desired.

    I hope you are wrong and Murph remains a Met for the duration. He’s an asset to the team.