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Miller Park Drunk:
Sad day for all you CrosBees out there as Bobby Crosby has found himself back in the unemployment line. Crosby hadn't played in the major leagues since 2010, but was attempting a comeback with the Brewers this season. Crosby had a reputation of being an excellent glove man with a bat that resembled a branch that fell off of a dead tree that he was able to live up to in Brewers spring training. Crosby hoped that he could get enough hits off of mediocre pitching in spring training to temporarily convince the Brewers that he had value, but was unable to even accomplish this simple task as he often struck out when hitting off the tee in batting practice.
His time with the Brewers was short lived, but for completionist's sake we have created this archive of his entire Brewers career. For science.
Mid-January, 2013: Bobby Crosby decides to make a comeback and holds a workout for teams to witness. The workout consists of Crosby taking grounders, throwing balls to first and holding ...
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The Milwaukee Brewers have granted infielder Bobby Crosby his release, ending his attempted comeback with the club.
Crosby, 33, has been out of baseball for two seasons after injuries and a lost desire to play the game ended his career after the 2010 season.
The 2004 American League Rookie of the Year with Oakland, Crosby hit just .188 in seven spring training for the Brewers after...
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Rickie Weeks, Aramis Ramirez...