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Game On! Brewers Officially Sign Matt Garza

The Brewers and Matt Garza have officially agreed to a 4-year, $50M deal. According to Adam McCalvy, the deal includes $4M in incentives and a $13M vesting option for a fifth year. Hearing Garza’s 4-yr deal with #Brewers guarantees $50mm, with $4mm more available in… [More]

Jeff Suppan Released: A Retrospective

Today, Jeff Suppan was released by the Milwaukee Brewers. Suppan’s career is likely over, as he hasn’t shown any sort of life since a semi-respectable 4.42 FIP 2007 season. He will be most remembered for his storied role in the 2006 Cardinals World Series run,… [More]

Roster Moves

By on May 21, 2010

Roster Moves

The Brewers roster should be greatly improved for this weekend’s series against the Twins. Catcher Jon Lucroy will replace Gregg Zaun, who is headed to the DL. This is certainly disappointing – Zaun had a wOBA of .432 and a wRC+ of 170 in May… [More]

On Pat Burrell And Organizations

During the winter of 2009, Pat Burrell was let go by the Philadelphia Phillies without an arbitration offer. Burrell was a type A free agent, meaning that another team signing Burrell would result in the Phillies forfeiting their first round draft pick to that team…. [More]

Suppan To Pen, Narveson To Rotation

Despite the loss to the Cubs, the Brewers moved a little bit closer to the playoffs yesterday. The team announced that Jeff Suppan will no longer be in the starting rotation – very good news, as he was at best the 7th best option on… [More]

Game 18 Thought: The New Bullpen

MLB.com beat writer Adam McCalvy announced today on his twitter that Jeff Suppan will be heading to the bullpen, and Chris Narveson will replace him in the starting rotation. I’ll have more on the longer term implications of that move tomorrow, but for today, what… [More]

Home Runs, Home Runs, And More Home Runs

The Brewers will enter this week’s series with Pittsburgh with a 5-7 record – certainly slightly disappointing for a team with the ability to contend. The scapegoat is easy to find – the pitching staff. So far, Milwaukee pitchers have allowed a 6.06 ERA –… [More]

Game 9: Brewers 8, CUBS 6: We Can Hit

On days when Jeff Suppan starts, I’m going to have a good amount of negativity in me. However, Milwaukee managed to avoid a sweep against the Cubs today, so I suppose we should start out with something positive. The Brewers just flat out hit the… [More]

Stetter to AAA, Suppan Up

By on April 15, 2010

Stetter to AAA, Suppan Up

We’ve known since opening day that Jeff Suppan, against all of many fans’ best wishes, would be activated today to start today’s game against the Cubs. The only question was who would be sent down in order to make room for Suppan – only two… [More]

On Suppan To The Rotation

Yesterday, Brewers management announced that Jeff Suppan would be moving into the 5th starter role after a rehab start with Wisconsin, a move that pushes Manny Parra into the bullpen. This move certainly surprised me, as Suppan was absolutely horrible this spring (7.71 ERA, 10… [More]