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Brewer Sweep

by Doug Fahrendorff

Three straight wins
Over the Pirates
Nice start to
Seasons 2nd half
Improvement obvious
Pulling some fans
From midseason languor
Team still far
From playoff contention
Questions abound
If  Brewers are sellers
At the deadline
Will  Gomez, Segura
Parra or Lind
Be playing elsewhere next month?
And who will remain
To form the nucleus
Of next year’s team?

…of All That is Seen and Unseen…

By Stuart Shea

Never got to see
Parc Jarry.
Ebbets and the Polo Grounds
Remained unfound.
Forbes Field
To me unrevealed.

But I did run with glee
Through old Comiskey
And Tiger Stadium
Was like a palladium
And Milwaukee County
An endless bounty.

Dank, damp, and rusty,
Outmoded and fusty,
But to me much more fun
Than Wrigley, say, has become.


What To Do, Brew Crew?

By Stuart Shea

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.


Brewer ? 2015

by Doug Fahrendorff

Questions abound
For the Brewers this spring
Braun’s thumb
Lind’s back
Segura’s hitting
Can Scooter hit lefties
Replacing Gallardo
The bullpen
Will Ramirez have
A productive final year
While questions are numerous
Answers are elusive
With no panacea in sight
Even longtime Brewer fans
Begin the season
With muted optimism


National League Central 2015 Spring Training Haiku

By Stuart Shea

A Sure Thing is not
called “A Sure Thing” unless it
hasn’t happened yet

Jason Marquis back?
Surely this is a sign that
the world is ending.

For one final spring,
Aramis Ramirez tries
to avoid diving

Could Clint Hurdle
be the Bucs’ final hurdle
to winning a title?

Some with a fresh start
Will soar higher than they could
Down in the southland


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