Omar Narvaez, Brewers catcher ⬆️ UP)
Navraez had a tough first season with Milwaukee. He hit only .176 – 19-for-108 – with two home runs in 40 games a year after hitting 22 homers for Seattle while hitting .278. Maybe we can put 2020 in the rearview window for the Brewers' starting catcher. Narvaez played in four of Milwaukee's first five games and already tied last year's homerun total with seven hits (or 36.8% of his 2020 output) in 14 at bats. Sure, he won't hold a .500 average all season, but maybe there's less of a reason to worry about a .176 territory repeat.
Travis Shaw, Brewers third baseman ⬆️ UP)
The second term of the mayor of Ding Dong City in Milwaukee is off to a good start. His two-run double in the bottom of the ninth against Minnesota tied the game, which the Brewers went on to win in 10 innings. On Tuesday, he delivered another major hit, a three-run homer that broke a scoreless tie against Chicago in a 4-0 win over the Cubs.
Keston Hiura, Brewers first baseman (⬇️ DOWN)
It has been a tough opening week for Milwaukee & # 39; s new first plunger. Hiura had more errors (1) than hits (0). In four games, he was 0-for-15 with eight strikeouts. The only time he reached base was on a hit by pitch. Lean in, Rudy!
Corbin Burnes, Brewers starting pitcher ⬆️ UP)
Six innings, one hit, no walks, 11 strikeouts. Only one start, but 2020 was no fluke.
Jrue Holiday, Bucks security guard ⬆️ UP)
Holiday received a major contract extension and then went out averaging 28.0 points (on 63.4% shooting, including 52.2% of 3), 8.0 assists, 5.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals in the past week . That's one way to make sure there is no buyer's remorse.
Aaron Rodgers, Packers quarterback (➡️ EVEN)
As you may have heard, Rodger hosts Jeopardy and in every way he's more than acquitting himself for the role. He also said he wouldn't mind hosting while still playing football (which we're pretty sure annoys some fans about his dedication). Rodgers also told Pat McAfee that he has no control over his future in Green Bay. More fear. It's just never easy.