Three Brewers players filed for arbitration on Tuesday, the latest formality in what has become an increasingly deliberate process of setting salaries for eligible players. The next deadline for shortstop Jean Segura and pitchers Wily Peralta and Will Smith is Friday.
The list of non-roster invitees to Brewers camp shrunk by one Monday, when the club announced it had voided left-hander Nick Hagadone’s contract and returned him to the pool of free agents.
Major League Baseball released the first workout dates for every club in advance of Spring Training 2016. They are as follows:
The Brewers signed left-hander Pat Misch to a Minor League contract on Friday that includes an invitation to big league camp, offering the veteran another opportunity to pitch his way back to the Major Leagues.
Trevor Hoffman, who finished his storied career with the Brewers, made a strong showing in his first year as a Hall of Fame candidate, but the former saves king will have to wait for a call to Cooperstown.
Mark another first for Brewers general manager David Stearns, who signed his first Major League free agent on Wednesday: former Astros slugger Chris Carter.
The New Year means a new beginning for Garin Cecchini, a one-time hot prospect in Boston who spent the holidays with a family of baseball fans who share the same wish: A bounceback with the Brewers.
Who do the Brewers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Milwaukee’s Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com’s Prospect Watch.
As the calendar is about to flip to 2016, a bit of retrospection is in order. In the past year, some teams have improved their farm systems more than others. The following list of the five most improved farm systems in 2015 was compiled considering all methods of player acquisition: trade, Draft, international signing, even […]
Eric Young Jr., whose father manned second base in the early years of Miller Park, has reportedly signed a Minor League contract with the Brewers that includes an invitation to big league camp.
In his annual open letter to fans, Brewers owner Mark Attanasio did not use the term “rebuilding.” But he did ask for patience while he and general manager David Stearns “take a step back and build more intensively from within.”
The Brewers began the year with hope and ended it with a new general manager, a new field manager and a new direction. Here are five storylines that defined a trying 2015.