Milwaukee Brewers look for ways to stay sharp and competitive

Posted at 9:58 PM, Jul 14, 2020

The Brewers are looking for ways to stay sharp, and competitive. So enter the Blue and Gold game series.

Two teams, with Captains Avi Garcia and Omar Narvaez already talking trash.

TMJ4 Main Sports Anchor Lance Allan asks as captains, how much trash talk is there going to be? How competitive is it going to get? What's on the line?

"It's gonna be fun!" Omar Narvaez says.

"Oh, it's going to be fun because Braun and Yelich are always talking. You know? It's gonna be fun though," Avisail Garcia says.

TMJ4 Main Sports Anchor asks Omar, you gotta represent your side. What kind of trash are you talking, or how are you going to represent?

"I'll be behind the dish, so they're going to listen to me. So I won't make it easy for them," Narvaez says.

The Crew will be playing most home games, at night. So this will get the team ready for that.

And watch for adjustments to be made, as third base coach Ed Sedar explains.

"I haven't started doing the signs, but I'm going to have to check on it because a lot of the signs are around my face and I might have to come up with some new ones," third base coach Ed Sedar explains.

It will be a different game in 2020, for sure.

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