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A brief history of Bobby Crosby: Milwaukee Brewer

Sad day for all you CrosBees out there as Bobby Crosby has found himself back in the unemployment line. Crosby hadn't played in the major leagues since 2010, but was attempting a comeback with the Brewers this season. Crosby had a reputation of being an excellent glove man with a bat that resembled a branch that fell off of a dead tree that he was able to live up to in Brewers...
Via Miller Park Drunk
March 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Brewers release infielder Bobby Crosby

The Milwaukee Brewers have granted infielder Bobby Crosby his release, ending his attempted comeback with the club. Crosby, 33, has been out of baseball for two seasons after injuries and a lost desire to play the game ended his career after the 2010 season. The 2004 American League Rookie of the Year with Oakland, Crosby hit just .188 in seven spring training for the Brewers after...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
March 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Brewers Friday: Crosby finds will to play

Bobby Crosby thought he was done. The desire to play baseball had left him and he was content knowing his career was over. Two seasons later, Crosby is making a comeback, attempting to make the Milwaukee Brewers as a utility infielder. So, what changed? "I finally got the fire back to come back and play," Crosby said. "I had lost it a little bit there, and I finally...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
March 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Bring on the Minor-League Deals

  (Bobby Crosby is invited.  Who else needs something to do in February and March?) Who says the fans of teams signing major-league free agents have all the fun?  Some free-agent starting pitchers have agreed to minor-league deals this offseason (Erik Bedard, Jeremy Bonderman, Rich Harden, Armando Galarraga, Aaron Cook, Scott Kazmir and others) and hopefully the Brewers...
Via Brewers Bar
January 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Brewers invite Crosby to spring training

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers and infielder Bobby Crosby have agreed to terms on a minor league contract with an invitation to major league spring training. Crosby, the 2004 American League Rookie of the Year, has been out of baseball since 2010. The 33-year-old played 70 games for Pittsburgh and Arizona in 2010, hitting a combined .220 with one home run and 13 RBI. In 2004...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
January 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Crosby signs minor-league deal

Infielder Bobby Crosby signed a minor-league contract with the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday, continuing a trend for players represented by Paul Cohen. Crosby, 33, is the third Cohen client to come out of retirement with the Brewers in recent years, following the paths of outfielders Gabe Kapler and Jim Edmonds. Kapler sat out 2007 and played for three more seasons after joining...
Via Fox Sports
January 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Shortstop Bobby Crosby wants to make a comeback

Former Rookie of the Year Bobby Crosby, who last played in the Majors in 2010, is trying to make a comeback according to Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports. Crosby's agent, Paul Cohen said that the shortstop will will work out for teams in mid-January. The 32-year old Crosby hit .220/.294/.298 with 1 HR, 13 RBI's and a .266 wOBA in 189 plate appearances for the Diamondbacks and Pirates...
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December 20, 2012  |  Discuss
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