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The Texas Rangers have continuously been linked to pitcher Kyle Lohse yet continue to publicly deny interest in the free agent. Lohse has been linked to a variety of teams over the winter but thus far all have denied any interest in the right hander. The failure of Lohse to sign a deal is a combination of two things
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When the Cardinals made their qualifying offer to Kyle Lohse, they were counting on two things: (1) that Lohse and greedy agent Scott Boras would like turn it down and (2) as a result they would get a draft pick from the supplemental round (between the first and second rounds of the draft).
However, that may no longer be the case.
Any team who signs Lohse would lose their first...
Kyle Lohse maintained all spring that he would sign with a team before the start of the season. On Monday he agreed to a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers. Adam McCalvy of MLB.com notes that the contract is for multiple years.
Lohse, 34, had struggled to gain contract offers because signing him would cost a team their first round pick in the 2013 draft. With the signing the BrewersMilwaukee...
LHP Kyle Lohse has finally found a home for 2013. The former-Phillie and former-St. Louis Cardinal starting pitcher has signed a contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, as first reported by CBS' Jon Heyman. The 34-year-old spent the last five seasons of his career with the Cardinals, where he won a...
The start of the regular season is less than two weeks away,
but the market for free agent Kyle Lohse appears to be getting cloudier. Lohse
will reportedly not wait until the June MLB Draft to sign, and several teams –
including the Milwaukee Brewers, Texas Rangers, Colorado Rockies, Kansas City
Royals, Los Angeles Angels and Cincinnati Reds were connected to the
CBS’ Sports Jon Heyman is reporting today that free agent pitcher Kyle Lohse will be signing with the Milwaukee Brewers-
Lohse to sign with brewers
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeymanCBS) March 25, 2013
Lohse was the prize of the free agents left, but signing the veteran starter would have cost a team their first round pick. The Brewers will forfeit the #17 selection in the upcoming MLB...
It appears that the final big name free agent is finally off the market, as Kyle Lohse has apparently agreed to a three-year contract with the Milwaukee Brewers worth $33 million. Milwaukee was tied to Lohse from day one of free agency, and the fact that they waited until this later in the offseaosn to get the deal done with him shows just how hesitant the team was to give up the...
The Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to a multiyear contract with free agent right-hander Kyle Lohse pending a physical, according to multiple reports.
CBS Sports reports the contract is worth 33 million over three years.
Lohse, 34, went 16-3 with a 2.86 ERA in 33 starts and 211 innings for St. Louis in 2012.
Despite finishing seventh in the National League Cy Young voting last season...
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It would be an upset if the Colorado Rockies signed Kyle Lohse. But that hasn’t stopped the Rockies from doing their due diligence on the free-agent right-hander, inquiring about him with different people in the game, major-league sources say.
The Rockies only would sign Lohse “if by a very, very remote chance he just flat-out doesn’t have anything,” according to one source...
Kyle Lohse has agreed to a multiyear contract with the Milwaukee
Brewers and will undergo a physical today..
(Photo: Lohse doing his Tony LaRussa impersonation.)
After the Brewers failed to secure the services of longtime nemesis Ryan Dempster, the next best option on the free agent market seemed to be Kyle Lohse. Considering that the Brewers’ 2011 division title was attributable in no small part to the acquisitions of Zack Greinke and Shaun Marcum, it’s understandable that fans...