Breaking News - The Milwaukee Brewers and free agent starting pitcher Kyle Lohse has come to terms on a three-year, $33 million deal. Signing the contract after passing a physical, Lohse joined a Milwaukee club that was wavering on the thought of having to give up a first-round draft pick as compensation to their rival St. Louis Cardinals.
Contractual terms are as follows: Lohse will make $11 million in 2013, $4 million that will be paid this year and another $7 million that will be paid between 2016-2018. In his final two seasons in 2014 and 2015 the veteran starting pitcher will pull in $11 million annually.
Between the first-round compensation and the $33 million, Lohse will see extremely high expectations from Brewers fans.
MLB Impact - Lohse switches teams in the NL Central, going from the Cardinals to the Brewers. The 35-year old journeyman pitcher who was considered mediocre at best for his first several seasons had found his groove the past two years in St. Louis. Starting 6...