Roll out the barrel, indeed. Looks like the Brewers have got the blues on the run. They’re adding Christian Yelich, Lorenzo Cain and in the near future probably also a very good starting pitcher through a trade or free agency. You know they’ve gotten into the heads of the Cubs, Cardinals and every other contender.
Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain could represent just the start of a sprint to the offseason finish line for general manager David Stearns and the Brewers.
The holiday season may be over, but the spirit of giving still remains for the Brewers, as the club and Major League Baseball contributed to a remodel of the Milwaukee-area Boys & Girls Club’s Pieper-Hillside facility last Friday.
The racing sausages will keep sizzling at Miller Park in 2018 and beyond, the Brewers assured fans Tuesday in the wake of a report that the team had terminated its agreement with longtime sponsor Klement’s.
If Marlins outfielder Christian Yelich is the next Miami player on the move, count the Brewers among the teams interested in reeling him in.
The Brewers reportedly have jumped into the fray for top free-agent starter Yu Darvish, who made sure his nearly two million Twitter followers knew all about it.
While Brewers officials continue to mull their immediate options at second base, they appear to have two good ones climbing the Minor League ladder.
The Brewers announced Friday they have invited six players to Major League Spring Training camp, including 2017 first-round pick Keston Hiura.
Beat reporter Adam McCalvy answers fans’ questions about Junior Guerra, Milwaukee’s use of the waiver wire and the projected outfield in a new Brewers Inbox.
The Brewers added potential bullpen depth Thursday, inking veteran reliever Ernesto Frieri to a Minor League deal with an invite to Spring Training, a source told MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand. The club has not confirmed the report.
Pitching prospect Corbin Burnes is not expected to crack the Brewers’ Opening Day roster, but he could make his MLB debut with Milwaukee sometime this year.
Hall of Famers Robin Yount, Rollie Fingers and Bob Uecker, plus manager Craig Counsell will be among the more than 60 Brewers players, coaches, alumni, broadcasters and executives who will take part in Brewers On Deck on Sunday, Jan. 28, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT at the Wisconsin Center.