The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel recapped and graded the individual performances of every Brewer that saw significant playing time throughout the season. Grading is extremely subjective, so no "true" grade for any one player exists. Still, some of the grades doled out by the Milwaukee JS were a tad bit misguided and need to be addressed. á Casey McGehee (JS Grade = B) The article writes that McGehee was the biggest surprise on the team. The former Cubs prospect hit .301 with a .360 OBP, 16 HR, and 66 RBIùsettling in behind Prince Fielder in the five hole in the batting order. McGehee finally gave Milwaukee a consistent threat behind Prince. It forced opposing teams to pitch to the young slugger, especially in September, when Casey enjoyed perhaps his finest month at the plate. My main grip ...
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Article written by Jim Breen