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Parra may not have everyday job in Brewers' crowded OF

PHOENIX (AP) The Milwaukee Brewers have a numbers problem in the outfield that many other teams might envy. There are four players worthy of three starting spots, including Gold Glove winners in Carlos Gomez and Gerardo Parra; 2011 NL MVP Ryan Braun and promising young slugger Khris Davis. It looks as if the versatile Parra will begin the season without an everyday job despite boasting...
Via AP on Fox
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

Gennett's personality shines on photo day

Brewers photo day took place Monday and Scooter Gennett took full advantage. The Brewers second baseman thoroughly enjoyed the day and even took some time to make "dirt angels"
Via Fox Sports
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Brewers' Ramirez anticipates 2015 will be his final season

PHOENIX -- It's never easy for a baseball player to leave his family for six weeks of spring training, no matter how nice the weather is in Arizona. This year, though, was harder than most for Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez. And on Friday, he said he wouldn't be doing it anymore. ''When I was leaving this year, I don't think I can do that again,'' he said Friday....
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Aramis Ramirez Admits 2015 Will Be His Final Year

36-year-old Milwaukee Brewers’ third baseman Aramis Ramirez has gone ahead and told reporters that 2015 will be his last year playing professional baseball. At the moment, Aramis is finishing up a deal he originally signed back in 2011, which had been three years long with an mutual option for 2015, that would end up being picked up last November. Over Ramirez’s past 17 seasons...
Via Baseball Essential
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers' Ramirez says he'll probably retire after 2015 season

PHOENIX -- It was a bit surprising at the time, but it turns out there was a reason why Aramis Ramirez opted to exercise his half of a mutual option with the Milwaukee Brewers instead of chasing a multiyear contract. Ramirez is entering spring training with the mindset that the 2015 season will be his last, as he plans on retiring following his 18th year in the big leagues. "I don...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Two Eras of Francisco Rodriguez

Doug Melvin, a few days ago: Melvin wouldn’t comment on the state of possible talks with the Phillies, but acknowledged the lines of communication have remained open with “K-Rod.” “I don’t know if it’s active, but we still have conversations,” Melvin said. “Mark deals more with that. (Agent) Scott (Boras) keeps calling Mark.” You know […]
Via Fangraphs
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Francisco Rodriguez Re-Signs With Brewers

Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports The Millwaukee Brewers have re-signed Francisco Rodriguez, according to tweets from Jon Heyman and Ken Rosenthal. The deal is for $13 million, and is for two years with a club option for a third for an unknown figure. The right-hander known to most as simply “K-Rod” was excellent for Milwaukee back in 2013, before being traded to Baltimore. He posted...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Papelbon May Be a 2015 Phillie After All: Brewers Sign K-Rod to Two-Year Deal

View image | As first reported by's Jon Heyman, the Milwaukee Brewers have re-signed closer Francisco Rodriguez to a two-year deal, with a team option for a third year.'s Ken Rosenthal later added that the contract will be worth $13 million. This news is not good for...
Via Philliedelphia
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers bring back Fransico Rodriguez on two-year deal

The Milwaukee Brewers have given closer Francisco Rodriguez a two-year deal to return with the team. While the Brewers had been talking to the Philadelphia Phillies about a trade for Jonathan Papelbon, it always seemed that re-signing Rodriguez was the easier path. After posting a 3.04 ERA and a 73/18 K/BB ratio across 68 innings last season the Brewers will again ticket Rodriguez...
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers Prospect Profile: Tyrone Taylor

Tyrone Taylor is ranked #93 by Baseball America in the top 100 prospects list. The Milwaukee Brewers farm system is ranked #26 by Baseball Prospectus and ranked at the top of their farm system by Baseball Prospectus is shortstop Orlando Arcia. Ranked #1 on the Brewers website is outfielder Tyrone Taylor who has a bit of a chance of being called up in September but remains...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Braun arrives at camp optimistic about thumb, upcoming season

PHOENIX -- Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun reported to the team's Maryvale spring training complex Wednesday afternoon with a healthy right thumb and his focus clearly on the 2015 season. "If anybody here is happy with the way that the season finished up last year, they aren't in the right profession or business," Braun said. "We had a great first five months of the year...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Kevin Correia Would Look Neat on Minor League Deal

Milwaukee traded longtime starter Yovani Gallardo for three young players in January.  The Brewers saved some money in the transaction and theoretically opened up a rotation spot for Jimmy Nelson. Unfortunately, the side effect of the Gallardo deal was that it seriously weakened the starting pitching depth for the club.  The Brewers now have question marks at the sixth starter...
Via Brewers Bar
5 days ago  |  Discuss

The Brewers are giving away a Bud Selig bobblehead

I know Bud Selig is the man that brought the Brewers to Milwaukee, but I think the level of honor the Brewers are giving him after his retirement as MLB Commissioner is a little bit ridiculous. On May 31st, they’re giving away this 1970s era Selig bobblehead. Here's a sneak peek at the 1970s Selig Bobblehead. Tix go on sale this weekend:
Via The Outside Corner
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Gruman's Feb. 25 Brewers mailbag

With the full roster reporting to Maryvale Baseball Park on Wednesday with the first full-squad workout Thursday, the Milwaukee Brewers are just over a week away from kicking off Cactus League play. In our first Brewers mailbag of the season, I addressed your inquiries on a variety of subjects, including the lack of depth in the starting rotation, the trade of Yovani Gallardo and...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Brewers Could Sign K-Rod Soon

Francisco Rodriguez Expected To Sign Soon — MLB Trade Rumors (@mlbtraderumors) February 24, 2015 Much has been said about Francisco (“K-Rod”) Rodriguez this offseason, and most of it has been critical of his many home runs given up during the 2014 season.  While K-Rod did give up an unsavory 14 home runs last year in 68 innings, that number, despite...
Via Brewers Bar
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers Top 20 Prospects 2015

            The calendar has flipped and spring training has arrived once again, meaning it is time for the baseball world to go crazy over prospect rankings for the forthcoming season. Based primarily on stats and potential, below is our list of the Milwaukee Brewers top 20 prospects for 2015. 1. Clint Coulter C: Selected 27th overall in the 2012 Draft, Clint Coulter has...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Lucroy out 4-6 weeks, what this means for the Brewers?

2/20/2015 With Brewers all-star catcher Jonathon Lucroy out for the bulk of spring training, there are many questions facing the catching position for the Crew. Last week, Lucroy received treatment for a partially torn right hamstring and is to miss 4 to 6 weeks. While Lucroy feels confident he will be ready for the team’s season opener on April 6th. It remains to be seen just...
Via Hot Stove MLB
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Bold Talk from Brewers, but it could Backfire

View image | In a recent article, Brewers officials again have talked about moving on and moving up in the baseball world following their historically awful collapse in 2014.  Manager Ron Roenicke is quoted by beat writer Adam McCalvy as saying: “We need to move on and hopefully we can have the same kind of start, be in the same position we were, and by going...
Via Brewers Bar
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers: Lucroy should see more time at first base

Expect to see Lucroy at first a bit more this season. Since Prince Fielder left the Milwaukee Brewers after the 2011 season, first base has been a revolving door year after year with the team not able to find a consistent replacement. This year appears to be more of the same except their most consistent offensive talent will be thrown into the mix, Jonathan Lucroy. The platoon of...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Player Profile #68: Jonathan Lucroy | C/1B | MIL

Reserve your FREE copy of Baseball Professor’s 2015 Draft Guide, complete with our list of the Top 100 Dynasty League Prospects. 10,000 words of prospect coverage available on February 17! I don’t think I realized it until I started writing this profile, but Jonathan Lucroy had a weird season last year. Consider all of these facts/stats about the Milwaukee catcher’s...
Via Baseball Professor
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers Off-Season Moves for the 2015 Season

February 26th is the date that pitchers and catchers report to spring training. It is welcome news to baseball fans, especially to us who live in baseball’s hinterlands. Spring is right around the corner it’s a time for renewal in baseball. Right now, every team is a World Series contender where there are unlimited possibilities and the element of the unknown. It’s an exciting...
Via Hot Stove MLB
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers rumors: Jonathan Papelbon edition

Jonathan Papelbon may be donning a Brewers uniform this year. Another day, another Milwaukee Brewers trade rumor. Today, sources are reporting that the Brewers are interested in Philadelphia Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon. This latest rumor marks the third big name pitcher the Brewers have been connected to since the trade of their longtime ace, Yovani Gallardo. The Brewers have...
January 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Milwaukee Brewers: Did they get a good deal for Yovani Gallardo?

The Milwaukee Brewers traded longtime ace Yovani Gallardo to the Texas Rangers Monday night for shortstop Luis Sardinas and pitchers Corey Knebel and Marcos Diplan. The Brewers will also pay $4 million of Gallardo’s $13 million contract. Sardinas, a shortstop and top five prospect within the Rangers organization, seems to be the centerpiece for the Brewers, as he brings a strong...
January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

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