The sprint is on.
The Milwaukee Brewers have just 11 games left to play in the regular season.
One player who could help put the team over the finish line is outfield Ryan Braun, who is having another great September.
“He really enjoys playing in these types of games, the games that count, the games that get you to the postseason at the end of the year,” general manager David Stearns tells WTMJ. “This is I think why he plays the game. He enjoys this time of the year and he certainly performs.”
This could be Braun’s final year with the team. He is currently in the final year of a five-year, $105 million contract.
But he said after Wednesday’s doubleheader that he’s not thinking about the future right now, instead just living in the present.
“I feel grateful for being apart of so many special moments. I’m excited by the fact that we still; have an opportunity to play meaningful games.”
For the full interview with Stearns on Wisconsin’s Morning News, click in the player above.