Found December 07, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin predicted before the winter meetings in Nashville that his club would not make a big splash. As it turns out, the Brewers did not even make a ripple. With free agent prices out of the club's comfort zone, Melvin made no acquisitions at the four-day meetings. He remains on the hunt for relief help and possibly a starting pitcher but is waiting for prices to come down. "We said we probably weren't going to get involved with the free agent frenzy," Melvin said. "There's 37-year-old guys getting three-year contracts. It's something we weren't involved with. We're trying to keep our flexibility in case we need to make moves." Veteran lefty reliever Randy Choate, 37, whom the Brewers had in their system in 2007 and released, signed for three years and $7.5 million with the St. Louis Cardinals. Sean Burnett, 30, struck a two-year, $8 million deal with the Los Angeles Angels. "We talked ...
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