By Adam McCalvy / MLB.com
MILWAUKEE — Trevor Hoffman could have protested, sulked or generally raised a stink. He’s the all-time career saves leader, after all, and the Brewers were yanking him from the closer’s role just four saves shy of No. 600.
Instead, Hoffman helped.
And John Axford became a bright spot in the Brewers’ season.
“I don’t think it would have done anyone any good to show any bitterness toward the situation,” Hoffman said. “I created this situation. He was just sitting at the corner of opportunity.” Read more HERE.