Milwaukee Brewers: Haikus for the off-season.

Rick Wood/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel via USA TODAY NETWORK
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Major League Baseball and the Players Association have come to an agreement. There will be labor peace. The hot stove can continue to burn, and baseball will be played come spring. Huzzah! So instead of some deep analysis of how this affects our local team, here is something completely different.  The Brewers in haiku.

Scrappy Scooter, grit

Never been known for the glove

May be non-tendered

Flexible Hernan

Venezuelan army knife 

Can play anywhere 

Chris Carter, dingers

Power, walks, and not much else

Replacement level


Johnathan Villar

BABIP unsustainable?

Base-running blunders

Coach Derek Johnson

Never seen in a jersey

short sleeve wind breaker

Wily the pitcher

Resembles Tracy Morgan

May be his last shot

Shortstop Arcia

Great glove, bat should develop

The future is now

Ryan Braun left field

May end up being traded 

Enjoy while you can

GM David Stearns

Analytically minded 

Looks like Ryan Braun

Eric Thames at first

Babe Ruth of the K-B-O

The Bi-Bim-Bopper*

*editors note, I am definitely using this as a nickname for Thames.

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