ICYMI Milwaukee Brewers former first baseman Prince Fielder is no longer medically cleared to play and thus will be ending his baseball career later today when he holds a press conference with the Texas Rangers
To no surprise, Bob Uecker had only nothing but kind words to say about Prince and his expected retirement.
On the start, Wily had this to say
"“I felt, pretty much, like I was making my debut today,” Peralta said."
Skipper Craig Counsell was encouraged by the start from Wily
"“It was very encouraging,” manager Craig Counsell said. “He pitched really well. He deserved better.”"
Peralta, who struggled in the first half of the season, has many question marks surrounding his future with the Milwaukee Brewers. He’s not alone, as there are plenty of issues around Matt Garza‘s future with the Milwaukee Brewers.
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An interesting question, on whether the Milwaukee Brewers can build themselves into contenders, is what that takes from the executive office. As well, what sort of pay that requires, among other things, BP Milwaukee dove right into trying to answer that question.
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