The Brewers lost: How They’re Handling It

Are you over the Brewers elimination yet? I know I'm not. Last night was the first game 1 of the World Series I didn't watch in my entire life. Seriously, I used to turn off Sesame Street to watch that sh-t. I didn't even gamble on it! I just want to pretend it doesn't even exist. It's a weird feeling being this depressed for this long, but I'll be over it eventually. It's like breaking up with someone really. Only if when you broke up with them you knew you were going to get back together in a year, you could check in on them whenever you wanted, they were going to make changes to make themselves better and that neither of you were going to see anyone else for the whole time you were apart. So, you know, the complete opposite of what every girl who has ever broken up with me does.

Still, it's good to know I am not alone in this. Plenty of other Brewers fans have been feeling this same sense of loss and pain. It's good to be together through this, isn't it? Glad you're here. Couldn't do this without you. What's even better to know is that the Brewers themselves are going through some of the same depression that we are and thanks to my standing as the Milwaukee area, baseball specific TMZ I have the pictures to prove it. As you'll see the funny thing about depression is that no two people handle it the same way and the Brewers are no different.

I know we've all been here.

Supposedly Uecker just waits until it starts raining and walks around the city for hours whistling the Mr. Belvedere theme.

I would make fun of Lucroy here, but I've done this four times since Sunday.

Again, I'm in no position to make fun of Randy Wolf.

By last count John Axford has watched Dirty Dancing 52 times in a row.

Casey McGehee has reacted to the loss by becoming a sad hipster.

I honestly have no idea what is going on with Yuni.

Prince drowns his sorrows exactly as you'd expect him to.

While Corey Hart can't even finish his cereal!

Manager Ron Roenicke is obsessed with figuring out just where he went wrong. HINT: Everywhere.

Carlos Gomez handles his depression with a, um, "questionable" hookup.

But not as questionable as Ryan Braun...

Stop! Don't do it Ryan!

Some people handle their depression with new hobbies like Nyjer Morgan.

Zack Greinke may be taking this harder than anyone.

Or maybe Shaun Marcum is. I would try to cheer him up, but I saw him pitch in game 6.

Classic Attanasio.

Vince Morales is the guy who runs this site. He likes the Milwaukee Brewers, pro wrestling and beer. If he offended you he is very, very sorry.

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3 comments on “The Brewers lost: How They’re Handling It

  1. The last one had me dieing laughing…

  2. Anonymous on said:

    Garth Iorg is working out with Gabe Kapler this off-season. He wants to add speed to his game. I can’t imagine how that will help though.

  3. Kelly Watson on said:

    Funny faces!! I enjoyed the concept pretty much. It’s surprising to believe how everyone handling themselves. lol…. :)

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