Brewers: Four Milwaukee Players’ Christmas Wish Lists

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - JULY 14: Christian Yelich #22 of the Milwaukee Brewers participates in warmups during summer workouts at Miller Park on July 14, 2020 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)
MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - JULY 14: Christian Yelich #22 of the Milwaukee Brewers participates in warmups during summer workouts at Miller Park on July 14, 2020 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) /
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With Christmas of 2020 right around the corner, here’s what these Milwaukee Brewers players are wishing for this holiday season.

Christmas is just nine days away and many Brewers fans and players, kids and adults alike, will be waiting to see what’s waiting for them under the tree and in their stockings. If they filled out their wish lists right, they’ll find just what they were hoping for.

Assuming that Brewers players Christian Yelich, Daniel Vogelbach, Devin Williams and Brandon Woodruff are all on the nice list this year, I’m sure there are a few things that they are hoping to find under the tree come December 25th.

One thing that I’m fairly certain they’re all wishing for is to see you at American Family Field this coming season (whenever that may be). It was a truly different atmosphere for Brewer home games last year and the fans were sorely missed in Milwaukee and across all of baseball.

Sure there are things that we as Brewers fans want: to watch one more clutch Ryan Braun for old times’ sake, a stud first baseman of the future, Christian Yelich to get back to his MVP form in 2021, Brent Suter and Tim Dillard to create more shenanigans, the list goes on. But have we ever asked what some players might want (hypothetically)?

In this article, I’ll be doing a deeper dive into what makes these guys listed above successful and what they hope to see more of come 2021. I’ll even throw in some “stocking stuffers” as well, a hidden stat that makes them tick, or something that might even appeal to their sweet tooth.

So sit back, warm up some hot cocoa, maybe even throw on some Christmas carols and enjoy my take what these guys asked Santa for this year.

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