Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks is hitting .170, with three home runs, four steals, a .554 OPS and six doubles. If this sounds familiar, it's because he did essentially the same thing in 2012, hitting .155 with four home runs, two steals, a .569 OPS and five doubles through May 21.
Knowing that Weeks ended the season with a .230 average isn't the most comforting stat for his owners (although he...
Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks is back in the lineup Sunday after resting Saturday, Brewers Radio reports.
Weeks has been worse in May (.480 OPS) than April (.615 OPS) and he's seen a couple extra days off over the past week in attempts to get him right. The club doesn't have any appealing alternatives, so Weeks is likely to keep his job.
Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks, who received a day off Saturday, could become less of a lock for the starting lineup, according to MLB.com."I'll pick some spots where I look at matchups and see if somebody else can go out there and get hot," manager Ron Roenicke said.Weeks is hitting .146 in May and is hitless in his past two games.
Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks was out of the starting lineup Saturday, as he continues to struggle. Weeks got the day off against the Cardinals after going hitless in his previous two games.
Weeks is hitting just .146 in the month of May and has been out of the starting lineup twice in the last week.
Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks hit his third home run of the season Wednesday.
Weeks has been in a major slump this year, and is only hitting .187/.306/.299. In the top of the seventh inning, Weeks clubbed a Wandy Rodriguez changeup out to left for a solo shot. It was Weeks' first home run since April 30. He'll try and continue his success against Pirates starter Francisco Liriano Thursday.
Brewers second baseman Rickie Weeks has returned to the team's lineup Tuesday against the Pirates.
Weeks will bat seventh for the second straight start. He received a routine day off Monday. He's struggled this season, hitting just .181/.302/.276 in 127 at-bats.
“Weeks was one of the bigger busts in Fantasy Baseball for the 1st half of 2012 not being able to do anything but strikeout. He still finished 2012 with 21 HR and 16 SB, which is great considering barely any 2B options hit 20+ HRs and steal 15+ bases. Draft Rickie like he is an all-star who won't help your batting average. He is one of the most electric at this position.”