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Fun with Anagrams (The Brewers Edition) Part One – Created by Diane Firstman

Recently, Diane Firstman, creator and curator of the fabulous Value Over Replacement Grit baseball site on ESPN Sweetspot Network and a favorite of mine, was kind enough to anagram the names of some current and former Milwaukee Brewers players and managers. She made quite a few for the Brewers Bar to use, so this will be split up into a series.

Not sure what an anagram is? An anagram is created by rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase, using all the original letters exactly once. Those good at constructing them can arrange things in a way that reflects somehow on the original subject.

Here's an example: (this is one I tried, so as not to waste one of Diane's) "Lad Afire Forgo" – would be the Brewers relief pitcher, Alfredo Figaro.
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This weeks list features 7 anagrams (without answers). See how many of these you can figure out, and I'll have the answers posted tomorrow night!

 

Fun With Anagrams – created by Diane Firstman (Value Over Replacement Grit)

Part 1

JOY! LUNCH ON A RAT

LANDSCAPE

NONE ROCKIER

OUCH! SCAR PAIN

TEARS INJURE GUY

YUCKY BARITONE TUNES

HERRING PAL

*Answers will be posted tomorrow night!

 

Once again, many, many thanks to Diane Firstman for lending one of her great talents to The Brewers Bar in providing anagrams! For more on her work, here is her bio and other information. And make sure you check out her site, – where you will be welcomed by the phrase "We are the VORG. Replacement is futile." You also can find her on twitter (appropriately under the neame @dianagram). She's pretty famous.

Jess Lemont

About Jess Lemont

Jess is mostly an illustrator, here, providing occasional theme music. As her profile picture would indicate, she does not (or, may not) have a the skill required for flipping bats, so a drawing has replaced it. Really, you could also think of her as the photographer without a camera, in that regard. And, really...maybe it's best not to ask beyond this point.

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