Taylor Green

Wily Peralta Shines in First Start, Green Gets Called Up, Could This Be a Better Day?

Wily Peralta, Brewer’s top pitching prospect, joined the active roster for the annual September call-ups.  On Wednesday he got the chance for his first Major League start.  I have been looking forward to seeing him pitch all year.  He went out to try and impress the skipper, and that’s just what he did!  Wily pitched almost 7 innings with 3 runs.  There really should’ve only been 1 run because Kameron Loe put his pitches on a platter for the Marlins, and Loe almost blew the game.  Wily did end up with the win and in my opinion pitched a gem.  I hope to see him in the rotation next year.  GREAT JOB WILY!!!

During this game Aramis Ramirez exited the game with a back issue.  The good news is that my main hopeful,  Taylor Green, got called up.  If you know me I’m the BIGGEST TAYLOR GREEN FAN EVER!!!!!!!! Hopefully he can put up good numbers and earn a spot next year.

Tonight, I’m going to the Brewers game and buying a Taylor Green jersey.


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And the Rookie of the Year is………

I’ve been thinking about which player  is most likely to win the Rookie of the Year for each of the  leagues.  This year has a very dominant rookie class of ballplayers.  In the NL you have many future possible stars.  The cream of the crop includes Bryce Harper, Taylor Green, Norichika Aoki, Trevor Bauer, and Julio Teheran and many more.  The question is, who is the best…..?

DAVID’S PICK     –    NL Rookie of the Year:  Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals

I would be pretty surprised to see anyone else win this award.  Bryce is ridicoulsly amazing.  He looks like the next Ryan Braun, or maybe even better.  He has huge hitting power to all fields, but also hits for good average.  Bryce is only 19 and he is already making a name for himself.  Harper has a huge career in front of him.

The AL also has a talented selection rookies as well.  Some possibilities include Yu Darvish, Yoenis Cespedes, Mike Trout, Matt Moore, and many more.


DAVID’S PICK   –   AL Rookie of the Year:  Mike Trout, Angels

Mike Trout is all around a great player.  He can field, and is super fast.  His power is outrageous.  Trout has drawn may comparisons to Evan Longoria of the Tampa Bay Rays.  Mike and Bryce are pretty similar players in my opinion.  They both hit for average, have some serious power, and both play outfield.  These players have a bright future and may become superstars one day!

Buying a Jersey…A Kiss of Death

-David S.-

Right know I don’t know if I want to ever buy another Brewer jersey in my life.  Whenever I do, something bad happens or the player gets traded.  Literally a few days ago I bought a Mat Gamel shirt and guess what happened…he’s out most likely  for the season.   And before last season I bought a Corey Hart shirt and then he goes and gets hurt and he was out for over a month.  A few years ago my favorite player was J.J. Hardy and my brother bought me a retro Brewer jersey of Hardy for my birthday.  Believe it or not J.J. Hardy got traded and I was sooooooo angry.  In 2008 I got a C.C. Sabathia and a Yovani Gallardo shirt.   Then Gallardo gets hurt and C.C. goes to the Yankees.  Then in 2011 I got a Greinke shirt.  He would get hurt and miss several starts. I also got a Casey McGehee T-shirt, then he started stinking up the place all season and then BOOM, he’s gone.

I don’t get my luck at all.  Basically whenever I buy a jersey something bad happens.  As you may know my favorite player is the underdog Taylor Green and he recently got called up to the Brewers.  I leave you with this question……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Should I get a Taylor Green jersey?????????

Meet The Bleacher Boy

Dear viewers,

I’m a kid who is obsessed with baseball.  My favorite team is the Milwaukee Brewers.  My favorite player is Taylor Green. In my blog I’ll will be focussing on current events in baseball and baseball in general. I got the idea to make a blog from my cousin Benny. He has the blog Brewers Today which inspired me. I go by my alter ego Bleacher Boy, but my real name is David. I’ll keep you updated on the news throughout baseball and I give you a look into the game’s past.


The Bleacher Boy (Dave)

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