Yesterday, we previewed five of the arbitration cases the Brewers will face this offseason. Today, we’ll look at the remaining four: Carlos Gomez, Nyjer Morgan, Travis Ishikawa, and Kameron Loe.
Kameron Loe: third year, $2.18 million (2012), $2.6 million (2013 projected)
Loe is another reliever whose fate will depend on Doug Melvin’s master plan to not re-create the 2012 bullpen. He had another rough year, thanks to some BABIP woes, a spike in home runs allowed, and a second straight year of seeing far too many left-handed batters. There is reason to think he can be better than he has been over the last couple years, but it’s hard to see it happening in Milwaukee as long as Ron Roenicke is manager. Don’t be surprised if Loe is not a Brewer in 2013.
Carlos Gomez: fourth year (super two), $1.96 million (2012), $3.4 million (2013 projected)
Gomez is probably due for a nice raise after a sudden burst of power brought his offense above league-average levels. With only one season of c...