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The 2010 and 2011 drafts were anything but ordinary for Brewers scouting director Bruce Seid. Extenuating circumstances led to Milwaukee not signing its top pick two years ago, and as a result the team had a pair of first-round selections last June. Seid used them on a pair of college arms, right...
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Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Nyjer Morgan is a character and has become pretty popular here at LTSB. If he hits a game-winner you can be sure a quality sound bite will follow. Away from the ballpark Morgan still manages to entertain. He interacts with fans via Twitter and has even fulfilled a request from [...]
The Milwaukee Brewers won their arbitration case with right-handed pitcher Jose Veras on Tuesday, according to Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com.The three-person arbitration panel ruled in favor of the Brewers. Veras will make $2 million this upcoming season.Veras filed an arbitration figure of $2.375 million, compared to the Brewers' offer of $2 million when numbers were exchanged...
Key Stats: Is it me, or does Aramis Ramirez get a bad rap? I feel like he is one of those guys that doesn't get any respect. I think there is a mythos about him that he is old and each year is the year that he is going to fall apart because he has been around forever. Truth be told though, when you come up and wear a major league uniform at 19 like Ramirez has, and you are going...
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- Milwaukee reliever Jose Veras has become just the second Brewers player to go to arbitration in 14 years.
Veras asked a three-person panel Monday for a raise from 1.35 million to 2,375,000. Milwaukee argued he should be paid 2 million.
A decision by arbitrators Dan Brent, Marlene Gold and John Sands is expected Tuesday.
Two years ago, outfielder Corey...
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) -- Milwaukee has won its arbitration case against reliever Jose Veras, giving teams a 4-2 lead over players this year.
The rules of arbitration require the panel to rule for one side or the other, and the Brewers learned Tuesday that the decision with reliever Jose Veras went their way. They will pay Veras a $2 million salary rather than the $2.375 million he requested.
A lot of people don't really like the shirsey (t-shirt jersey), but I have personally always been a fan of them. It's a good way to casually date a player before committing and making it facebook official. Plus, it's a great way to support a player that you know will only be with the team for a short time. Like when the Brewers made the trade for K-Rod last year. You...
It was August 26th 1995, just after 8 o’clock on a balmy 94-degree summer evening in a modest southern California suburb, just outside of San Fernando. In the middle of a fresh-cut lush green backyard lawn, a boy laid flat on his back, gazed blankly into the night sky, and popped a baseball back-and-forth from his bare right hand to his gloved left. A set of wireless radio headphones...
The Brewers on Tuesday won their arbitration case against reliever Jose Veras, whose first pitch for his new team came in a hearing room instead of on a baseball field.
I'm not going to lie...I've purposely avoided all of the "Sh*t People Do" videos.Until now. No further comment.
Milwaukee reliever Jose Veras has become just the second Brewers player to go to arbitration in 14 years. Veras asked a three-person panel Monday for a raise from $1.35 million to $2,375,000. Milwaukee argued he should be paid $2 million. A decision by arbitrators Dan Brent, Marlene Gold and John Sands is expected Tuesday.
Milwaukee has won its arbitration case against reliever Jose Veras, giving teams a 4-2 lead over players this year.
The salary arbitration case between the Brewers and pitcher Jose Veras was ruled in favor of club on Tuesday.
Milwaukee reliever Jose Veras has become just the second Brewers player to go to arbitration in 14 years.
Last week, I learned that Jaymes Langrehr was leaving The Brewers Bar to write for Disciples of Uecker. I was happy for him, but a little nervous both on my behalf and for the blog. Thanks to all of you, I had a lot of good experiences writing here over the past six months or so, well beyond any expectations I had going in, and I really didn't want to see that go away. Part of...