The Milwaukee Brewers are having a bad year. According to my father, they, depending on the day, fall somewhere between “terrible” and “at least better than the Cubs.” Their division looks to be competitive for a while, they have very few minor-league prospects, and their best player is a no-good lying cheater.
One of the few bright spots of Brewers baseball this year has come in the form of Carlos Gomez. He’s swinging the bat better than he ever has this year, and, of course, is still providing stellar defense. Gomez has 20 HRs this year, but I almost think he should be credited with five more, considering he stole them from opposing hitters. Since there is no song called Jumping in Center Field, I improvised with the toe-tapping tones of Count Basie and his Orchestra with Jumping at the Woodside. My apologies to those with slow Internet connections.
This has been a GIF and a Tune.
(h/t to Brewers announcer and NotGraphs reader Joe Block for the video links)
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