"Brewers 2004: Better than Expected"
Before April, it looked like the Milwaukee Brewers would be destined for another horrible season. They'd only won 62 games last year, and in the off-season they decided to trade away their best player, Richie Sexson.
So far, however, they've done much better than most people predicted, and have been consistantly playing around .500 after a full month of play. Thanks in part to great play by first baseman Lyle Overbay -- named the NL Player of the Week last week -- and pitcher/pinch hitter Brooks Kieschnick who hasn't given up a run in his last eight appearances.
Earns Notice for Torrid Week"
Good things for the Brewers in 2004? Maybe. :)