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The Milwaukee Brewers have signed free-agent shortstop Alex Gonzalez to a one-year major league deal, according to a source.
Gonzalez will make $1.5 million and will have the opportunity to earn nearly $1 million more in performance bonuses.
Gonzalez played just 24 games for the Brewers last season. In 2011 he hit .241 with 15 home runs and 56 RBI in 149 games for the Atlanta Braves.
Gonzalez is represented by Eric Goldschmidt.
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MILWAUKEE -- In the game of baseball, struggles are inevitable.
The game requires players to learn from their miscues, but also to have an ability to let go of the past and forget about it.
Nobody knows this better than a closer. With his team so close to winning when he appears in the game, failures are magnified tenfold.
Brewers closer John Axford knows this better than anyone...
MILWAUKEE -- Mark Attanasio learned a valuable lesson last season: Spending more money doesn't always result in more wins.
The Brewers owner stretched his wallet thin last season with payroll at 98.2 million, and the team failed to make the playoffs. This season, Attanasio is quite alright with payroll dropping to somewhere in the 80 million range because it provides him and...
MILWAUKEE -- For most of his career, Yovani Gallardo has been overshadowed at the top of the Milwaukee Brewers rotation.
From Ben Sheets to C.C. Sabathia and then Zack Greinke, Milwaukee has had three bona fide aces for the majority of Gallardo's six years in the big leagues.
With Greinke and the other established veterans gone from the Brewers rotation, Gallardo is now the...
As slugger Corey Hart recovers from right knee surgery that
is expected to sideline him for the start of the regular season, the Milwaukee Brewers
continue to look to bring a first baseman into camp to offer in-house replacement
candidate Mat Gamel competition, according to Adam McCalvy of MLB.com.
“There’s still the possibility that Doug [Melvin, the
We've reached that point in the offseason where there's not much to write about. Well, the Brewers offseason moves up to this point (or lack thereof) haven't given us much fodder either, and it's not like we capitalized on writing something the few times a post was warranted... like that clutch Kelvim Escobar inking. But this post-Winter Meetings, pre-Spring Training...
Perhaps, through his pen, Milwaukee Brewers closer John Axford passed down some of his athletic abilities to this not-yet-born baby.Axford signed Kristin Corcoran’s belly and then she posted the picture to twitter with the caption, “Thanks for the autographs & for reassuring that signing my belly wasn’t the strangest request you’ve had!”
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The Milwaukee Brewers got a big blow to the heart when they learned the fate of their star first baseman / right fielder. Corey Hart will miss four months after having surgery to repair a torn meniscus...
The Milwaukee Brewers are talking to free agent first
baseman Lyle Overbay about a potential minor league contract, according to Ken
Rosenthal of FOX Sports.
#Brewers talking to free-agent 1B Overbay about minor-league deal. Gamel will be regular 1B with Hart out. Overbay played in MIL 2004-05.
— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) January 28, 2013
Rosenthal adds that...