Reflections on Sports in Brew City and the Dairy State.
ESK you are obviously someone who knows very little about what it takes to be a truly good baseball coach....showing up early every single day; working with multi-million dollar players to help them stay focused and continue to improve; throwing bp until your arm is ready to fall off; putting everything you have into making split-second calls and USUALLY being correct (although fans like to remember the few blown calls better); silently taking the collective blame for decisions made by the manager, owner, or gm that most people never hear about;working under constant pressure since most contracts are one year in length and it's easier to fire the coaching staff than it is the team. If you had a chance (and you never will) to sit down with Brad Fischer for an hour and talk real baseball you'd be embarrassed by your comment because he is a wealth of knowledge and a remarkable, patient teacher. Even someone as close to the scenes like Doug Melvin doesn't seem to realize that the Brewers have instead kept a few coaches who prefer to party and befriend the players than to give 110% percent to their jobs.
You can also grow non-edible things such as wood, cotton, etc. When you take a telescope out to the desert or mountains, suddenly, star clusters can be seen with the naked eye. Paul Revere & the Raiders circulation as currency.
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