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Brewers' Ryan Braun: Behind schedule in recovery
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Ryan Braun said Sunday that he is behind schedule in his recovery from offseason back surgery, reports. "I won't be 100 percent at the start of spring training, no," Braun said. "I think it will kind of be a gradual process to work my way back to 100 percent. But I feel pretty good. I don't foresee any reason that it wouldn't be [ready for Opening Day], but until I get out there and start doing things at full speed, it's hard to say."

The 32-year-old estimated that he's about two weeks behind schedule, having just been cleared to resume swinging a bat a little over a week ago. Braun went under the knife days after the end of the regular season to repair a bulging disk in his lower back, an issue which kept him out for the final few weeks. On a positive note, Braun suggested his right thumb is no longer a concern, saying he is pain-free and has no plans to undergo another cryotherapy procedure.

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Brewers' Orlando Arcia: Will start season in minors
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Arcia will begin the 2016 season in the minors, according to Brewers general manager David Stearns, reports.

Speculation obviously grew when Milwaukee traded Jean Segura to Arizona on Saturday, clearing a path to the majors for Arcia, but Stearns reset expectations."We're going to send [Arcia] to Triple-A and allow him to continue his development," Stearns said. "Ultimately, as he continues to grow and mature as a player, his production and his continued development will dictate his timeline to the major leagues, rather than a move like this." At this time, it looks like Jonathan Villar will start at shortstop when the 2016 begins.

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Brewers' Jonathan Villar: Leading candidate at SS
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jonathan Villar is the leading candidate to start at shortstop for Milwaukee after the Milwaukee Brewers traded Jean Segura to the Diamondbacks on Saturday, suggested Milwaukee general manager David Stearns, reports.

Shedding Segura clears a path to Miller Park for top prospect Orlando Arcia, Stearns said he'll begin the season in the minors. Stearns added that Yadiel Rivera is an option at shortstop along with Villar, who brings some position versatility, having played three infield spots and two in the outfield last season with the Astros. He has 198 career games in MLB, slashing .236/.339/.414 with little pop and some speed (42 steals).

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Brewers' Aaron Hill: Traded to Brewers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Aaron Hill was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday in a five-player deal, ESPN's Keith Law reports.

Hill is owed $12 million for 2016, the final year of his deal, so Arizona was fortunate to be able to pass him off, but it costed one of their top prospects (Isan Diaz) to get the deal done. Hill could occupy the short side of a second base platoon with Scooter Gennett this year, while also seeing time at third base if young players like Will Middlebrooks and Garin Cecchini don't work out. Still, with Milwaukee rebuilding, the young players figure to get more chances than an aging Hill who does not factor into the team's long-term plans.

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Brewers' Chase Anderson: Traded to Brewers
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Chase Anderson was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers on Saturday in a five-player deal, ESPN's Keith Law reports.

Perhaps the Brewers see something with Anderson that they think they can improve, but at the very least he will be a capable innings eater while their young pitchers continue to develop. He had a 4.30 ERA and 111 strikeouts in 152.2 innings with Arizona last year, and will see a downgrade in defense and run support in Milwaukee.

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2015 Team Leaders
AVGRyan Braun , RF.285
HRKhris Davis , LF27
RBIAdam Lind , 1B87
OBPAdam Lind , 1B.360
SLGRyan Braun , RF.498
RRyan Braun , RF87
SBJean Segura , SS25
WJimmy Nelson , SP11
ERAJimmy Nelson , SP4.11
WHIPJimmy Nelson , SP1.29
KJimmy Nelson , SP148
SVFrancisco Rodriguez , RP38

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