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.
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’ bullpen moved closer to completion on Wednesday when the team finalized a one-year Major League deal with left-hander Boone Logan and signed right-hander J.J. Hoover to a Minor League contract that includes an invitation to big league camp.
The Christian Bethancourt experiment has come to an end with a move to the Milwaukee Brewers. The Brewers inked the strong-armed Bethancourt to a Minor League contract on Monday that includes an invitation to Major League Spring Training camp. They announced the 26-year-old as a catcher, ending, for now, a two-year stint in the Padres’ […]
Brewers manager Craig Counsell enjoys nit-picking of daily batting orders approximately as much as he enjoys root canals. He considers such conversations mostly a waste of time, perhaps not surprising since he started Major League games at every lineup position but cleanup, including at least 130 starts in four different spots.
The Brewers’ first bullpen addition of this offseason is a comeback candidate. Boone Logan, the veteran left-hander coming off an injury-shortened season with the Indians, passed a physical exam Friday and will sign a one-year contract with Milwaukee that guarantees $2.5 million and includes a club option for 2019, according to a source.
Ryan Braun hit his 300th career home run, Travis Shaw excelled amid off-the-field stress and Hernan Perez pitched. Orlando Arcia and Keon Broxton made two of the best game-ending defensive plays you’ll see. Robin and Rollie and the 1982 Crew even returned to town to celebrate the 35-year anniversary of the Brewers winning the American […]
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.
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.
The Brewers were “deep in discussions” as of Wednesday morning on both the trade and free-agent fronts, but one of their targets was headed elsewhere.