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Opening Day Roster Takes Shape

Less than a week away from Opening Day, it looks like the Brewers’ 25-man roster to start the year is set. With Tom Gorzelanny still recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, Zach Duke was told he’ll be making the 25-man roster out of camp. To make… [More]

Surprise! The Brewers signed Matt Garza. (UPDATE: Well, not yet)

UPDATE (7 p.m.): Usually it takes a few days for a team to confirm a signing. Rarely do you see a team acknowledge media reports and say nothing is final yet. And you never see the team take to Twitter to make that statement, but… [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 Attanasio signs Kyle Lohse to three-year deal

The Brewers told anyone that would listen this winter that they were content with their young starting rotation, and that they weren’t comfortable sacrificing a first round pick to sign free agent Kyle Lohse. Then, the Brewers got to spring training, and apparently, they’ve now… [More]

Carlos Gomez and Managing Expectations

If you’re expecting anything big from the 2013-14 iteration of the Milwaukee Brewers, chances are you will be disappointed. But this all depends on how you define “big.” This offseason sometimes seemed like a deliberate effort by the team’s management to lower fans’ expectations. It… [More]

GoGo Gets Paid

By on March 13, 2013

GoGo Gets Paid

Carlos Gomez was due to become a free agent after the 2013 season. With Scott Boras as his agent, you’ll have to excuse anyone who was skeptical about a possible extension. Turns out fans won’t have to worry about losing Gomez, after all — the… [More]

Escobar’s latest comeback ends with release

After just 2/3 of an inning and a hand injury that cost him further reps, Kelvim Escobar’s latest comeback attempt has flamed out. The Brewers released the right-hander Sunday, a week after he was forced out of his only spring appearance with a pinched nerve…. [More]

Kelvim Escobar chooses Brewers for his comeback

While it’s still unconfirmed by the club at this point, it appears there’s enough smoke to say that the Brewers will be signing former Angels right-hander Kelvim Escobar. The news first hit Twitter thanks to Angels broadcaster Jose Mota: Former Angels RHP Kelvim Escobar signs… [More]

Brewers make Gonzalez signing official, DFA Leon

The Brewers agreed to sign lefty Mike Gonzalez 10 days ago, but due to the holiday season and needing to clear a 40-man roster spot, the move wasn’t made official until today. The #Brewers have officially signed LHP Mike Gonzalez to a one-year contract. RHP… [More]

Mike Gonzalez latest new face in Brewers bullpen

After spending much of the offseason staying quiet, the Brewers are making their second signing in about a week. Source: #Brewers agree with Mike Gonzalez. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) December 28, 2012 Mike Gonzalez and Brewers have agreed to one year deal at $2.250m plus… [More]