“What To Do, Brew Crew?” by Stuart Shea

Given how well they started the season last year, the way the Brewers’ second half of 2014 and the way this season has been going so far has, on more than one occasion, caused me to shake my head in disbelief.  But that’s baseball, right?  Stuart Shea’s poem below captures the frustration that I’m sure all Brewers fans are experiencing these days.

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The team wasn’t good
Before Lucroy went down.
Then they fired the skipper
In hopes of a rebound.
But it’s all in vain,
It’s rebuild time again,
Let’s burn the whole thing to the ground.

Trade Garza, Segura,
Ramirez, and Lind,
And think about Braun,
If a deal’s in the wind.
But just don’t deal Scooter,
There ain’t no one cuter,
And as far as we know, he ain’t sinned.


3 Comments on ““What To Do, Brew Crew?” by Stuart Shea”

  1. mrbill7474 says:

    Would now be a good time to thank the Brewers for Cain and Escobar? 🙂

  2. steve says:

    Scooter maybe chews a bigger wad than Francona, It’s hard to tell for sure, but what makes Scooter’s so much more attractive is that he never closes his mouth.


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