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Brewers’ Lineup Needs More Consistency

Published by on June 3, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

When Rickie Weeks suffered a torn tendon in his wrist, the Milwaukee Brewers knew that their offense would suffer. But not this much.

Since Weeks went down on May 17th against the Cardinals, the Brewers have batted .240 as a team and their offense has looked completely out of sync.

Craig Counsell, slated as a back-up spot starter at the beginning of the year, has played 11 of the last 12 games and has seen his batting average drop 26 points to .312.

No one expects him to keep up that pace and more are concerned about how long his knees will hold up being an everyday starter.  He has played picture perfect defense on the other side of the ball and is the closest thing the Brewers have to a le...

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