Brewers winning, but is offense legit?

Give the Milwaukee Brewers credit for having the most wins in the major leagues, yet they are in the middle of the pack in runs scored and the lineup hardly seems formidable. Can it last? Well, there are some lineup changes ahead with this team, so let's go position by position with the latest info and I'll add my thoughts.

Catcher: Jonathan Lucroy is the least of this team's problems. He is one of only four catchers owned in 100 percent of leagues. Could you have imagined that a year ago? He hit only his second home run Saturday, but he also sports a .304 batting average. He's safe.

First base: With third baseman Aramis Ramirez heading to the disabled list because of a hamstring strain, the team likely will use Lyle Overbay regularly at this spot, moving Mark Reynolds to third base. Overbay really shouldn't be playing at all, and perhaps the Brewers will finally see what prospect Hunter Morris, who is hitting for power at Triple-A Nashville, can do. Or perhaps not. Either way, you don't want Overbay, who has three extra-base hits all season.

Second base: It's kind of shocking that veteran Rickie Weeks, on the wrong end of a platoon with Scooter Gennett, declined the team's request to try left field.