As the winter continues and the cold weather stays with us in Milwaukee we are going to look at some potential team leaders. And why they could be a team leader. And another question for you fans, i will post the poll question after this article. Should team leaders be vocal. So without further ado lets begin. Prince Fielder was the key leader last season.
This list will not contain Ryan Braun: As he continues to wait and see about his suspension. And as we know, it is challenging to lead a team if you are not there to lead. But he would obviously be the leading candidate.
First potential leader is Nyjer Morgan. Morgan has a great personality in the clubhouse. He did an outstanding job of keeping the club loose through tough times. And he has been through a lot in his career. And he is young. Morgan would be an example of leading with his voice but also by example. Any team would love to have him on their roster. Leaders should lead in both aspects. So Nyjer would be a great leader. Mainly because of his great attitude for the game.
Another leader has to be Rickie Weeks. Weeks is normally a quiet individual before the game and even during the game. But when times are rough he can certainly help lead the team through the throws of a long season. He will lead by example. Which is good too. Sometimes a team can have too many vocal leaders. Rickie would be an adequate leader in the clubhouse. And the team figures to be young this season. So who better to lead this young group than Rickie. He has been through every possible season. He endured 2009 when the team was bad. Endured 2008 when the team was average. And of course 2011 when the team won a playoff series and set new franchise records.
The last leader we will look at today, will certainly be a vocal leader. Aramis Ramirez. Ramirez was a team leader in Chicago for eight years. And all eight years he was a vocal leader. When the team is playing well he is quiet and will do his job on the field. And will allow his play to do the talking. But when the team is struggling he will talk more and will make sure the team turns it around. In those cases he would be a vocal leader. But do not get the wrong idea, he is not a bad clubhouse guy. He just wants to win, and win now. He has a good attitude and should provide some leadership moments with this team.
But the primary leader on any team is your manager. Ron Roenicke will set the tone himself with his demeanor in certain situations. If your leader is calm, so will the team. And Ron is a cool and collected guy. The team should not have any problems being a laid back team. And the leaders should take a page from Ron's book and stay calm. And most guys can do that. Milwaukee should be a good team again in 2012 but might not win the division.
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