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Aramis Ramirez a sensible deal for Brewers

I'm late to the party on the Aramis Ramirez writing, but there's been some good stuff written about the move already. Jack Moore wrote the move up at FanGraphs, and sees it as an upgrade at third. Ryan Topp recapped it for Bernie's Crew, and doesn't like it nearly as much.My feelings fall somewhere in the middle. There's definite risk involved in forking over...

Agent: Brewers agree to deal with 3B Ramirez

The Milwaukee Brewers agreed to terms with free agent third baseman Aramis Ramirez on Monday, agent Paul Kinzer told The Associated Press. Ramirez will provide a much-needed big bat for the Brewers, who are expected to lose first baseman Prince Fielder through free agency and may be without NL MVP Ryan Braun for the first 50 games of next season if he loses his appeal for testing...

Cubs are Fielder free-agency front-runners

Based on what we know - and admittedly, we know only so much - the Cubs are the front-runners to sign Prince Fielder. No one should schedule a news conference at Wrigley Field. These negotiations might only be in their early stages. But if this is Cubs vs. Mariners - and that's certainly the way it looks at the moment - the Cubs make far more sense. Neither the Rangers nor...

Agent: Ex-Cubs 3B Ramirez heads to Brewers

Former Chicago Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez will sign a three-year contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, pending a physical, his agent tells The Associated Press.

Happy Yu Darvish deadline day, everybody

A surprise Prince Fielder signing aside, today's main transactional stage will belong to Yu Darvish and whatever team ends up winning his posting process. The deadline for squads to submit their blind bids for the right to negotiate with the Nippon Ham Fighters pitcher is 5 p.m. ET. As is the case with all things Yu, our own Jeff Passan has all the details of the Darvish derby...

Aramis Ramirez to sign with Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to terms with free agent third baseman Aramis Ramirez, according to his agent.

Ex-Cub Ramirez signs with Brewers

Club will get supplemental draft pick from MilwaukeeFormer Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez will get a chance to torment his old team and answer his critics after signing a three-year, $36 million deal with the Brewers on Monday.

Milwaukee Brewers sign Aramis Ramirez, trade Casey McGehee

The Milwaukee Brewers found a big bat to add to their lineup on Monday by signing free agent third basemen Aramis Ramirez to a three-year $36 million contract. With Ryan Braun possibly out for the first 50 games of the season, Ramirez will have a chance to drive in the majority of runs hitting third or fourth in the lineup. Speaking of Ryan Braun, if he is out the first 50 games...

Bats: Brewers, Potentially Leaking Sluggers, Sign Ramirez

The Brewers, in search of hitters, signed third baseman Aramis Ramirez to a three-year contract on Monday.

Brewers acquire RHP in McGehee trade

MILWAUKEE - With free agent third baseman Aramis Ramirez set to join the Brewers, the team made space for him Monday by trading Casey McGehee to Pittsburgh for right-hander Jose Veras. McGehee, 29, was named the Brewers' Most Valuable Player in 2010 after hitting .285 with 23 home runs and 104 RBI. He had a miserable season in 2011, though, hitting just .223 with 13 home runs...

Miller Park To Smell Like Stale Beer, Aramis

The Brewers signed Aramis Ramirez to a deal worth between $34-37 million.  Wouldn’t you love to make so much money that there’s a gap of three million between what you might make?  “Hey, Aramis, you got a second?”  “I was just rolling up hundred dollar bills to make kindling.”  “Just wanted to see if you’ll take a deal for somewhere between $34-37 million.” ...
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