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Brewers bringing back Thirty Pitches of Terror

While the Brewers’ bullpen has stabilized a bit recently, it’s never a bad idea to add an insurance policy. Well, maybe almost never, depending on your opinion of the Brewers bringing Francisco Rodriguez back. The Brewers announced after Wednesday night’s walkoff win that they were… [More]

Yovani Gallardo arrested for driving drunk

As bad as things have been to start the year, the last thing the Brewers needed was another distraction from one of the faces of the franchise. Of course, when your best starting pitcher gets arrested for driving with a BAC of 0.22 — almost… [More]

Review: Out of the Park Baseball 14

As we are fond of noting here at DoU, baseball’s latest collective bargaining agreement makes it tougher for small-market teams to stockpile and overpay draft picks. As a result, teams are starting to explore other avenues to collect young, controllable talent. It’s a good thing,… [More]

Brewers fix the 13-pitcher problem; Hart to 60-day DL

When the Brewers basically lost a game on Sunday because they ran out of position players, the consensus was that the team needed to make a move for the Cubs series to ensure something similar would not happen again. Ideally, that move would be removing… [More]

Ramirez to DL with sprained knee, Josh Prince called up

Aramis Ramirez’s knee injury isn’t as bad as it looked on Friday night, but it will still land him on the 15-day disabled list. To replace Ramirez on the roster, the Brewers called up outfielder/utility man Josh Prince. Ramirez has a sprained right knee, the… [More]

Brewers to have third-lowest draft bonus pool in MLB

When the Brewers signed free agent Kyle Lohse, much was made about the team giving up its 17th overall pick to do so. The less-reported (and more damaging) penalty for signing a free agent attached to draft compensation, though, is the loss of pool money… [More]

Your 2013 Brewers Opening Day Roster

The importance of the Opening Day roster and the last few guys to make the cut is always a little overblown — there’s always so much movement with those final two or three spots that it doesn’t really matter who starts out there — but… [More]

Brewers Rotation Beyond Gallardo, Estrada Still in Limbo

Everyone knew Yovani Gallardo would be the Brewers’ Opening Day starter, but the Brewers made the somewhat-official-announcement Friday when they released their probable pitchers for the first three games of the season. Gallardo will take the ball on April 1 when the Brewers host Colorado,… [More]

The Return of Yuni.

By on March 26, 2013

The Return of Yuni.

The Brewers have, apparently intentionally, signed Yuniesky Betancourt to a Major League deal. After struggling to find words, I’m just going to do this. At first, I was like Then, I was like Now, it’s more like (h/t @kylekaestner) Truthfully, Betancourt (most likely) won’t play… [More]

Mark Rogers, Taylor Green to begin season on DL

Mark Rogers started the spring as a member of the Brewers’ starting rotation. Now, Rogers will start the 2013 season as a member of a more familiar group — the disabled list. #Brewers‘ RHP Mark Rogers has been placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive… [More]