May 6, 2008 | Posted by: Abitoutside
Molson at Sporting News speculates that the clock is ticking for Ned Yost:
I like Ned Yost, the Manger of the Milwaukee Brewers. He's a gritty, blue-collar, hard working man. He's a perfect fit for the Milwaukee Brewers. Having said this, there is a very real possibility he could be fired by the All-Star break.... So what is wrong? Bluntly stated, they just aren't winning fast enough. They are under the gun with their young talent to win before they have to come up with big contracts to pay this amazing crop of young players.... Fielder and Sheets will both be free agents next year, and most likely, both will be on different teams next year. The other players are all due for new contracts in the next 3 years. This is a crucial time for the Brewers, and although, much of Yost's criticism has been undeserved, if he doesn't produce soon, he'll be unemployed."
Prince's rights are controlled by the brewers for the next couple years so he isn't going anywhere in the near future.
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