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Brewers Arbitration Estimates

Last week, I examined the size of the wallet the Brewers will be wielding this off-season. I turned out the team’s pockets and helped hunt for change in the couch cushion. In the end, the rough estimate was that the Brewers would have around $13M… [More]

Brewers avoid arby with deals for Axford, Estrada, Badenhop

The Brewers were supposed to swap salary figures with their three remaining arbitration-eligible players at noon today. Instead, they just signed them all. That’s what you call efficiency. A day after avoiding arbitration with Carlos Gomez, the Brewers reached deals with John Axford, Marco Estrada… [More]

Gomez avoids arby for $4.3 million

One of four Brewers eligible for arbitration, Carlos Gomez would have had to exchange salary numbers with the Brewers on Friday. Instead, the two sides agreed to a one-year deal on Thursday to avoid arbitration. Adam McCalvy says Gomez will make $4.3 million in 2013,… [More]

Narveson avoids arby, signs for $840k

Thursday turned out to be a busy day for the Brewers — not only did they bring Kelvim Escobar out of virtual retirement with a minor league deal, but they also avoided arbitration with left-hander Chris Narveson. Narveson, who continues to work his way back… [More]

Contract tender deadline nears

With teams having to tender contracts to players before December 1st, the Brewers have some interesting decisions to make over the next five days. Following the Great Outright Roster Purge of Early November, the Brewers have five arbitration-eligible players remaining on their roster: Carlos Gomez,… [More]

Brewers Beat Veras in Arbitration Hearing

Jose Veras was the first Brewers player to take the team to arbitration since Corey Hart in 2010. Unlike Hart, Veras lost his case, and will earn $2 million in 2012. He had submitted a figure of $2.375 million. The Brewers’ arbitration win pushes the… [More]

Brewers unable to avoid arbitration with Veras

While the Brewers and Shaun Marcum were able to avoid arbitration just minutes before a hearing the other week, the club wasn’t able to do the same with reliever Jose Veras. The Associated Press says the two sides went into a hearing today, and a… [More]