MILWAUKEE With the Brewers reeling seven games back in the NL Central and wild-card race and the season no longer in its early stages, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke met with general manager Doug Melvin and assistant general manager Gord Ash on Wednesday to discuss possible options to turn the season around.
One of those options is to execute some kind of trade, giving the team some added help at positions where it has suffered serious injuries this season. But in his office on Wednesday morning, Roenicke said any move this early in the year likely wouldn't be significant.
"If it is, it's going to be minor," Roenicke said. "But Doug is always looking for ways to improve what we have. It's not to say that we're giving up on people, but with the injuries, there's a couple of positions where we could improve ourselves."
The position of greatest interest is likely shortstop, where Alex Gonzalez's season-ending injury has damaged the Brewers' production in the bottom half of the lin...