This just in from Fox Sports October's Burning Questions.
Will the Brewers' 1-2 punch get it done?
As fronts of rotations go, it's hard to get better than CC Sabathia and Ben Sheets. This season, Sabathia and Sheets have combined to give the Brewers 320 innings and a 2.59 ERA. That's the best one-two punch in the game, and it's not a particularly close call. Thanks in large part to Sabathia and Sheets, the Brewers were able to snap the longest playoff drought in all of baseball. But can they sustain their excellence into October? Sheets has never pitched in the postseason, and Sabathia, in four playoff starts, has an ERA of 7.17 ERA. Without great pitching from those two, the Brewers won't last very long. -- Dayn Perry
Thank you Dayn (what kind of fucking name is Dayn) Perry for proving that being a sportswriter does not require any research or knowledge of the team beyond the stats. Sheets is and has been a sandy va jay jay for quite some time you ass-clown! He won't be pitching.
I suggest that the next time you write an article, you look at the roster to see who is active, maybe check the team website to get an injury update, or confer with a local sportswriter. I'm sure Mike Hunt would love to hear from you.