Monday, September 15, 2008

Yosted!

Finally. According to the JSOnline, Ned is finally DONE in Milwaukee. Hallelujah, there is a God!!

38 comments:

AP said...

FINALLY.....

Too late, but still. Finally.

one of your two female readers said...

Dale Sveum, the Brewers third base coach, will take over in an interim role as manager for the remainder of the season. Bench Coach Ted Simmons has been reassigned to an advisory role. Any other coaching changes will be announced later

Nubs said...

WTF? Sveum? Really? Simmons as an advisor?

Weird

Goldy said...

Kremblas in '09!

Goldy said...

Well, Simmons said at the beginning of the season he would not take Ned's job.

Nubs said...

True, true, goldy but 12 games left?

Not so anonymous Jake said...

Should have been fired last year, but I'm glad I won't have to hear anymore postgame bs from him. Make Kapler the manager, they got nothing to lose.

Gabe Kapler said...

Now that I blew out my shoulder, I can manage!

Anonymous said...

now Simba can take his nightly naps at home.

ClownShipLollypop said...

Have Kendall play / manage.

DannyNoonan said...

they should let Harvey Kuehn's corpse manage.

Anonymous said...

Bout freaking time!!! Should have happened 2 weeks ago.

antanasio said...

Two weeks ago? How about during last years collapse?

manbearpig said...

Don Money will be brought up to start the season next year.

Ned Yost said...

ummm, this is really disappointing. Ummm, I thought this team was headed in the right direction. We are tied for the Wildcard with 12 games left.

Ummmm, I'm confused.

ummm. Where am I?

Goldy said...

I didn't realize they let Kremblas go, but I agree with the Money call.

ClownShipLollypop said...

I think Kremblas would get the call before Money.

They are both worthy, but I would honestly rather see them go get a proven MLB manager than promote anyone.

greatone said...

They should call Ted Thompson and let him make the decision I don't care what he says it will be the right decision.

Plesac's A Traitor said...

Promote the canary from the Simpsons (i.e - the owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant). Still would be an upgrade from Yost. Just wondering what will happen to one of my favorite websites: www.firenedyost.com?

Goldy said...

"I think we have sucked in September so far," a Brewers player who wished to remain anonymous told ESPN.com's Amy K. Nelson. "And I don't think it's his fault that we can't hit or pitch right now, but something had to change."

Seriously, this sounds like Braun.

ClownShipLollypop said...

HAHAHAHAH 620 is talking about Chuck CARR!!!

ClownShipLollypop said...

Yeah, that's Braun for sure.

Goldy said...

I know Chuck Carr was a bench coach or something for a minor league team. If he was added to the coaching staff, this blog would take off. Brad could finally get that interview that got yanked at the last minute.

cc sabathia said...

Thank God, now I won't have to throw 164 pitches tonight.

Anonymous said...

Desperate move done for PR reasons only. Gotta pretend that you want to win to trick the clueless into renewing their tickets for next year.

Enough of the 1982 guys. No Money. Get someone who has never stepped foot in this state for once.

DannyNoonan said...

Seriously, it should be Kapler. It'd be just like when Lance Harbor coached the West Canaan High team to the state championship.

Goldy said...

I still say there is a 10 minute segment of Varsity Blues that is one of the best 10 minutes in cinema history.It goes from the whip crera bikini to "I do not want your life" in the worst accent ever to the strip club with Sarah Palin to the team gettign smoked the next game with the most rediculous football movie tackles ever set to "Thunderstruck". Just awesome.I kind of feel liek that is something Corey Hary would say

ClownShipLollypop said...

This is probably a record for number of comments in 45 minutes for a single post.

Granted, I never shut up, but still.

Anonymous said...

Bring over Bobby Valentine from Japan.

D'Amico's one good year said...

It's a shame that it probably won't help. A fatally flawed team doesn't fix itself in 12 games. I hope they prove me wrong.


And count me in on the "Stop talking about '82" bandwagon... I picked up a copy of What's Brewing from 1992... and even THEN they were reminicing about the bygone years.

AP said...

Thirded on the "Close the book on '82" bandwagon. Definitely.

ClownShipLollypop said...

Agreed. '82 is dead and burried and the people who played in it aren't far behind.

Time to move on.

Been Cobra'd said...

we are tied with Firenedyost.com with 31 comments on this topic at this very moment this post puts us a head. Yeah Chuckie

thecobra said...

now the question remains on how Ned found out. Did he get an envelope at the front desk when he checked in at the hotel or did he get a little red ribbon hanging from the inside of his locker after the post game presser.

ClownShipLollypop said...

I just realized that the Brewers have 12 games left and Dale Sveum is now the manager. Dale Sveum was on the 1987 team that won 13 in a row to start the season.

Go-Go free cheesburgers!

13-0.

ClownShipLollypop said...

Did anyone else notice that Melvin was in the front row for at least the night game yesterday? I think he was at the day game too.

When I saw him I kinda figured something was up. Although, I wouldn't have guessed this.

Anonymous said...

didn't yost bring the brewers from the toilet to a winning team again?
in just a couple years?
call me confused why they would fire someone who built a team rather than just a bunch of guys.

marshalledwards said...

Good call on the free burgers. I vote for either hiring Harvey Kuenn's wooden leg to be the next manager or else Davey Johnson.