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Arbitration Decisions: Martin Maldonado

Wow!! Just days after I laid out on this website why the Brewers should and most likely would tender 2016 National League home run (and strikeout) king Chris Carter, David Stearns shouted a big “screw you, idiot,” at me, as it was reported on Monday… [More]

Arbitration Decisions: Kirk Nieuwenhuis

Benny Sieu/Associated Press A happy Black Friday to you! I hope that you have properly celebrated this most Brave New World of American holidays by properly consuming goods to help the wheels of industry keep spinning. If the hyper-commercialized refrain of this most holy of… [More]

Arbitration Decisions: Chris Carter

Dylan Buell/Getty Images Hey, we’re back for part two of our series on Milwaukee’s arbitration eligible players. For a primer on arbitration, visit the link below for the first article in this series, Scooter Gennett. Today we move slightly stage right and take a look… [More]

Arbitration Decisions: Scooter Gennett

Associated Press Hello! I’m Travis, and I like to write about the Brewers. I’m introducing myself because I’ve been away for a while. Sorry about that! I had some things to do. But now that it’s November and there’s absolutely nothing baseball-related going on, I’m… [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]

Reconsidering Rebuilding: Trading at the Deadline and 2013

After the flurry of right-handed pitching trades (or trades-to-be?) yesterday, the Brewers late-inning loss seemed a fitting accompaniment to fans’ trade market inquiries and “sell ’em all” proclamations. Aside from the pending trade of Chicago Cubs righty Ryan Dempster for one of the Atlanta Braves’… [More]

Throwing Out the Bullpen

This summer, one key rule has kept our humble Ohio City home in order: when the Brewers are leading after 7, GO TO BED! It’s a useful rule, given that Brewers games typically start around 8:10 PM on eastern time, and it ensures that I… [More]