I think the last remaining member of the "Trevor Hoffman is just having a slow start" bandwagon fell off yesterday and now we can all finally accept that Trevor Hoffman is done as a closer. He doesn't have it. He throws right down the middle and he doesn't fool anyone. Is this a person in the world that was honestly surprised that Glaus hit that homerun? I didn't think so. Yesterday should be Trevor Hoffman's last chance to be the Brewers closer and he shouldn't get a chance to hit 600, at least with the Brewers. Sorry guy, it's been a nice career but it's over. How do I know? Because at this point, even the animal kingdom hates him and animals are stupid. If they hate you, you must really suck.

Seriously, just get rid of him. Enough is enough.

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5 comments on “Even the animals hate Trevor Hoffman

  1. Anonymous on said:

    So after playing the Reds, I have to wonder if signing Cordero would have been the better option… he is still saving games for the Reds yet the Brewers spent 10 mil on Gangne and got nothing and another 13.5 on Hoffman, who will not provide anything this year.

    For three years the Reds spent 32.875 mil compared to Brewers 23.5 mil…. I guess the brewers were better off but it feels like they should be doing better in this area. It is the Packers inability to find a punter…. just get a closer for cryin’ out loud.

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  3. Anonymous on said:

    How have those “It’s Trevor Time in my pants” T-shirts been selling this season?

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