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Postby Danimal » Sat Jan 28, 2006 12:13 pm

Any ideas what they lineup will look like?
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Postby Steve-o » Tue Feb 07, 2006 1:39 am

Rototimes:
1. Clark (R)
2. Weeks (R)
3. Fielder (L)
4. Lee (R)
5. Jenkins (L)
6. Koskie (L)
7. Hardy (R)
8. Miller (R)

Sportsline:
1. Clark (R)
2. Weeks (R)
3. Lee (R)
4. Jenkins (L)
5. Koskie (L)
6. Fielder (L)
7. Miller (R)
8. Hardy (R)

IMO, we will see this more than expected:
1. Clark (R)
2. Hardy (R)
3. Jenkins (L)
4. Lee (R)
5. Fielder (L)
6. Weeks (R)
7. Koskie (L)
8. Miller (R)

I have also seen this configuration on several of the brewers blogs I go to. Yost likes the RLRLR combo. I believe Yost has said that he wants Hardy to bat in the 2 hole. I think I also remember reading somthing about batting Jenkins fifth, where he put up the best numbers last year, so I don't know how that fits.

If Weeks bounces back strong from his injury and Fielder can start to hit (and/or Jenkins slumps for an extended period), another possibility is something like this:
1. Clark (R)
2. Weeks (R)
3. Fielder (L)
4. Lee (R)
5. Jenkins (L)
6. Hardy (R)
7. Koskie (L)
8. Miller (R)

Another brewer fan said this in the leftovers...
scooter1027 wrote:vs. RHP

1 CF Brady Clark
2 SS JJ Hardy
3 3B Corey Koskie
4 LF Carlos Lee
5 RF Geoff Jenkins (not Geonkins or however he spelled it)
6 2B Rickie Weeks
7 1B Prince Fielder
8 C Damian Miller


Wow. I guess no one really knows...
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R.Weeks

Postby hoopitup21212 » Tue Feb 07, 2006 2:02 pm

I'm wondering if Rickie Weeks is going to play better this season. Granted he's young still but I'm really wondering if fantasy wise he can make a bigger impact then last season.
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Re: R.Weeks

Postby Steve-o » Tue Feb 07, 2006 7:13 pm

hoopitup21212 wrote:I'm wondering if Rickie Weeks is going to play better this season. Granted he's young still but I'm really wondering if fantasy wise he can make a bigger impact then last season.


He played the second half of last season with only one thumb. He had a torn ligament in it that required surgery in the offseason. Apparently he couldn't follow though on his swing at all. So my guess is that he will improve dramatically, but the logo to the let of this post might cloud my vision.

His batting coach from the minors has said that he thinks rickie can develop more power than prince fielder.

That being said, maybe he deserves his own thread rather than something in this lineup one... :-?
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Postby Steve-o » Sun Feb 19, 2006 6:46 pm

Adam McCalvy reporting (on Talkin Brewers, the weekly radio program) that Calrk is set at 1 and Lee is set at 4. Yost strongly hinting that Koskie will bat 7th. Yost also said that he doesn't mind putting a younger guy at the 3 spot, saying he could see either Weeks or Fielder there.

So....

1 - Clark (R)
2 - ?
3 - ? Weeks (R) / Fielder (L) ?
4 - Lee (R)
5 - ?
6 - ?
7 - Koskie (L)
8 - ?
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Postby Steve-o » Wed Mar 01, 2006 12:58 am

This just in on the lineup front:

Milwaukee Journal Sentinal wrote:Phoenix - Milwaukee Brewers manager Ned Yost said today he is considering putting young second baseman Rickie Weeks in the leadoff spot in his lineup this season and dropping Brady Clark to second.

"I'm covering every scenario in my mind," said Yost. "What's going to make us the best we can possibly be? It's a bunch of things that go into it. Rickie being a little faster, with Brady being a little more fundamental.

"(Clark) could be a very good No. 2 hitter. He can hit and run, he can bunt, he can do so many things that a winning guy can do for you. At times, you don't want really want to take Rickie out of his game because he's got a chance to do something. If Rickie bats second, he has to be a little more fundamental, which takes him out of his game a little bit."


That brings us to

1. Weeks (R)
2. Clark (R)
3. ? Jenkins/Prince (L)
4. Lee (R)
5. ? Jenkins/Prince (L)
6. ? Hardy (R)
7. Koskie (L)
8. ? Miller (R)
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Postby Steve-o » Mon Mar 06, 2006 1:19 am

Adam McCalvy wrote:Earlier in the week, Yost said he was thinking about moving Clark to the No. 2 hole and batting Rickie Weeks leadoff. On Saturday, Yost said he had abandoned that notion and will stick with Clark as the leadoff man.
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