3 Brewers With New Year’s Resolutions For 2022

A new year brings new year’s resolutions. For many, that’s going to the gym more or spending more time with family. For the Brewers, they have some resolutions, too.

There’s always ways to improve, and the Brewers are no different. Even though they won the NL Central going away in 2021, that doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy to repeat in 2022. Plus, they fell on their face in the NLDS and if their goal is to win the World Series this year (which it is) then these three Brewers are going to need to make good on these New Year’s Resolutions.

Here are some New Year’s Resolutions for Milwaukee Brewers players in 2022.

Christian Yelich and Keston Hiura’s New Year’s Resolution: Find the 2019 version of themselves.

It sure would be nice if Christian Yelich could once again find the version of himself that hit .329 with 44 home runs in a season. Who knows how many more he would’ve hit had he not injured his kneecap that year.

It also would be nice if Keston Hiura could find the version of himself that hit .303 and didn’t strike out nearly 40% of the time.

The overall struggle of that Brewers offense last year was mostly related to these two guys not doing what they were expected to do. They were supposed to be the two best hitters in the lineup, supplying the most power and the best…

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