Linty is exactly right and this is kind of what I predicted would happen. Once he got traded the chip went back on his shoulder and he started playing with fire again. Once the motivation wears off he will be back to the same old Nyjer. I don't think his baseball IQ got any better going to the Brewers so I full expect a good number of times when he gets picked off or CS or throws to the wrong base. If Nyjer wanted to stay here and could have self motivated to play like he is he wouldn't have shown up in Spring Training making the same dumbass mistakes he made in 2010. The front office was smart to go out and get a ton of players that can play center, but I don't think a back-up plan is really what they wanted. I think they were trying to motivate Nyjer and Nyjer read it as them trying to replace him.