Milwaukee Brewers begin to stir the pot in the NL Central

The Milwaukee Brewers are in first place in the NL Central through the first 40 games of the season.

They’ve hit well, pitched well and have played defense. Now they are starting to feel like they belong in this division and have started to stir the pot.

The Brewers took game one of a three-game series at Wrigley Field on Friday and Saturday’s game was postponed due to rain. But after the game was called, it hardly rained in Chicago.

That caused Brewers general manager David Stearns to have some interesting comments about the rain out:

Brewers manager Craig Counsell had this interesting comment:

I don’t know about you, but living in Chicago anyone could tell it was cloudy all day long. It didn’t rain until the late night hours, but it sure as hell wasn’t sunny.

The two teams have exchanged words already earlier in the season regarding Eric Thames hot start.

These comments, however, might be the start of an good ole’ fashion NL Central rivalry.


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