I've fanboy'd enough for twenty fanboys since David Stearns started calling the shots. I mean seriously, whats not to love about the job he's done so far? From orchestrating a blockbuster trade for the best player in baseball to shrewd 1-year free agent signings and deadline deals, its been a hell of a lot of fun to watch. I think he truly enjoys the challenge of operating in a small market. Not sure he'd be as happy in New York or LA. He's built for this job. Too many times in sports you see that tired cliche'd "loyalty" word pop up. Or "home town discount." Stearns has no time for any of that. He tries to improve the product on the field by any means necessary. He sets prices for players and doesn't budge. Lorenzo Cain, Mike Moustakas, Josh Hader are all fan favorites. Already-angry Brewers fans are filling the radio airwaves. Stearns doesn't care at all. He's too busy trying to get better. I'm excited to see whats next.