BadgersRule34_old
With the Brewers having lots of talent in the infield this year, I think it will be interesting to see what they will do. At first, we have three quality players in Lyle Overbay, Wes Helms, and Prince Fielder. At second, we have Rickie Weeks, and I hope he stays in Milwaukee for a long time. I think he can be a star. At shortstop we have two up and comming players in Bill Hall and JJ Hardy. At third we have two quality players again in Jeff Cirillo and Russell Branyan, along with Bill Hall able to play third. I'm intrested to see what people think will happen. Share some of your opinions.
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BadgersRule34_old
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Man if double j could get hitting the ball solid, and we would put hall at third, jj at short, weeks at second, and overbay at first, sounds like some wins to me.... its too bad that prince or overbay couldn't play another position because i would like to see him in the mix....overbay to right field after trading genkins for some draft picks because i don't see anyone taking him for a quality player..and move prince to first..watya think?


I like that idea aslong as we know that Prince Fielder is consistant at first and also that Overbay is a quality outfielder.
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wizzler
this is the first time quality and wes helms appeared in a sentence that didn't come from me

but look for hall hardy weeks overbay to start next year in the infield...its going to be solid for years to come

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