MILWAUKEE -- It's a trade that will be talked about in Milwaukee for years to come. Unfortunately for the Los Angeles Angels, they will hear about each time Jean Segura's name is thrown around.
Just over a year after the Brewers and Angels agreed on a blockbuster trade sending right-hander Zack Greinke to Los Angeles for Segura and right-handers Johnny Hellweg and Ariel Pena, the two teams met for a rare Interleague series.
Not only was this past weekend a chance to revisit a deal in which the Brewers undoubtedly won, but also Segura got to reflect on how far he's come since last donning an Angels uniform.
"Sometimes you think back and time and say 'Wow, this is my old team, my old friends,'" Segura said. "We are all still friends and there are a couple of guys that I like over there. Man, (a short time ago) I was with them and now I'm here. It's a little bit crazy. This team gave me the opportunity, (the Angels) didn't give it to me."
To be fair to Angels general manager Jerry ...