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Ryan Braun, Robin Yount and more than forty other current and former Brewers players, coaches and prospects have committed to attend the team's "On Deck" event in downtown Milwaukee later this month.
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The jury is still out on Ryan Braun. When the Brewers outfielder -- and 2011 National League MVP -- tested positive for a banned substance in December, it sparked debate on whether a re-vote for the MVP award was necessary. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly reignited the discussion on Tuesday, telling ESPN.com that it "makes sense" to strip the award away from a player who...
Your browser does not support iframes.The Brewers avoided arbitration with Carlos Gomez Tuesday afternoon, signing him to a one-year, $2 million deal. He's the second Brewer to avoid going to arby (George Kottaras was the first), and six remain.$2 million might seem like a bit much for a guy who hit .225/.276/.403 while missing a good chunk of the season with a broken collarbone...
Key Stats: Relief pitchers are the greatest uncertainty in fantasy baseball, but John Axford is a great pitcher. For two consecutive seasons he's been ranked in the top 60 at the end of the season according to Yahoo. During that time, his FIP, xFIP, and ERA have all been under 3 and his K/9 has been over 10.5. I've said it before, but relief pitchers shouldn't just be...
The Brewers claimed infielder Jeff Bianchi off waivers from the Cubs, according to a press release.
The Brewers avoided arbitration with center fielder Carlos Gomez, agreeing to a one-year deal in the $2MM range, tweets Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports. The Boras Corporation represents Gomez, who had a projected salary of $1.8MM, according to MLBTR contributor Matt Swartz.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Outfielder Carlos Gomez and the Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to a one-year deal worth $1,962,500, avoiding salary arbitration.
The Milwaukee Brewers and centerfielder Carlos Gomez avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to a one-year deal for "around $2 million," according to FoxSports.com.
Here is latest Mariners' winter league roundup.
The Milwaukee Brewers avoided arbitration with left-hander Manny Parra, agreeing to a one-year deal Thursday.
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The Brewers claimed 25-year-old infielder Jeff Bianchi off waivers from the Cubs on Wednesday, a move to bolster the organization's relatively thin middle-infield corps.