The Brewers took part in a rite of spring Tuesday, when they filled a truck with baseballs, bats, racing sausages and the rest of Spring Training’s necessities and sent it all on the road toward Phoenix, where pitchers and catchers report for duty next week.
The Brewers won the month of January, but manager Craig Counsell made the point that it is much more important to win April, May, June, July, August and September. If they are good enough, the Brewers will try to win some of October, too.
The Brewers traded catcher Andrew Susac to the Orioles in exchange for cash on Friday, a move that added to Baltimore’s depth and eased a logjam for Milwaukee.
After a brief absence, the Brewers are excited to announce the return of the official first sign of spring – the Arctic Tailgate at Miller Park. The event marks the first opportunity for fans to purchase single-game tickets for the 2018 season.
The Brewers’ Triple-A team will have a new hitting coach in 2018, but most of the organization’s Minor League instructors are returning for the coming season, according to a staff directory released Wednesday.
After finalizing a two-year, $5 million contract for free-agent reliever Matt Albers on Tuesday, baseball’s busiest general manager sounded like a man intent on adding more.
Baseball’s busiest team struck again Monday, when the Brewers reportedly struck a two-year, $5 million agreement with free-agent reliever Matt Albers that is pending a physical exam.
After months of speculation about Josh Hader’s role for 2018, Brewers officials said Sunday that the left-hander will remain in a relief role to begin this season.
It was a 1-2 punch of outfield additions that stirred Brewers fans and players alike, making for a high-energy Brewers On Deck on Sunday.
The Brewers could bear the high cost of trading for outfielder Christian Yelich in part because of the depth of their farm system, a concept reinforced Saturday when MLB Pipeline released its revised Top 100 Prospects list.
“Still looks good,” a smiling Lorenzo Cain said as he pulled on a Brewers jersey for the first time in more than seven years. And with that, the memories flooded back.