Will the Brewers make a big move to improve their 2018 chances? Will they go with a first-base platoon? Beat reporter Adam McCalvy opens up the Inbox.
After addressing the starting rotation just before Christmas, it appears the Brewers’ bullpen is next on general manager David Stearns’ to-do list.
“I know things have changed a little bit,” said Yovani Gallardo of returning to his original baseball home, nearly three years after the Brewers traded him for prospects. A little bit? Someone hand that man a roster.
No Brewers player had more packed into 2017 than third baseman Travis Shaw, who navigated challenges on and off the field in what became the best year of his life. Shaw checked in with MLB.com this month to recap his whirlwind year.
Orlando Arcia’s second Major League season was more productive than his first, and Brewers manager Craig Counsell is among those betting that even better days are ahead.
One free agent right-hander is new to the Brewers, coming off one of the best seasons of his career. The other is one of the most accomplished homegrown pitchers in franchise history, hoping to rediscover his old form.
The Brewers have reportedly made another veteran addition to their starting pitching mix: Jhoulys Chacin.
The Brewers on Monday signed 31-year-old right-hander Erik Davis to a Minor League contract that includes an invitation to big league Spring Training camp.
The Brewers are on the verge of a reunion with Yovani Gallardo, according to MLB Network insider Ken Rosenthal.
It’s every baseball-loving kid’s dream. Imagine not only making it to the Major Leagues, but being allowed to do everything you did on those Little League fields with 200-foot fences when you were 9 years old — hitting, pitching, fielding and hardly ever leaving the diamond.
The Brewers didn’t sign a free agent, didn’t make a trade, a waiver claim or even a Rule 5 Draft pick. So what did they get out of four days at the Winter Meetings besides a hefty room service bill? Groundwork.