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Team W-L L10 STRK
MIL 96-67 9-1 W8
CHC 95-68 6-4 L1
STL 88-74 4-6 L1
PIT 82-79 5-5 W1
CIN 67-95 2-8 L1

Top Brewers News

  • Brewers' Chris Dula: Picked up by Brewers

    Dula signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Tuesday.

    Dula had last been seen in affiliated ball in the Rangers' system back in 2016, topping out with 5.2 innings at High-A. In 82 total minor-league innings, he'd struggled to a 5.38 ERA, striking out 84 batters but walking 67. He wouldn't be a name worth knowing if not for the fact that his fastball can reach 102 mph. The chances are slim, but if Milwaukee can somehow help him throw the ball where he wants it to go more often, he has the potential to be a useful big-league reliever.

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  • Brewers' Junior Guerra: Role still undetermined

    General manager David Stearns said Guerra will enter spring training without a specific role, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. "We think he's going to be an important member of our pitching staff next year," Stearns added.

    Stearns said he didn't want to "pigeon hole" Guerra in as either a starter or reliever, as the veteran right-hander proved successful in both roles in 2018. Guerra posted a 4.09 ERA and 8.7 K/9 across 141 innings (31 appearances, 26 starts) with the Brewers last season and could be a candidate to fill a swingman role in 2019.

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  • Brewers' Alex Claudio: Sent to Milwaukee

    The Rangers traded Claudio to the Brewers in exchange for a 2019 Competitive Balance Round A draft pick, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    Claudio will provide Milwaukee with another southpaw out of the bullpen after the team declined to tender contracts to left-handers Dan Jennings and Xavier Cedeno for the upcoming season. Though Claudio took a noticeable step back this past year (4.48 ERA, 1.52 WHIP, 5.4 K/9), his previous two seasons in the Rangers' bullpen gave the Brewers enough belief that he'll be able to bounce back in 2019. In addition, Claudio is under team control for the next three seasons and still has minor-league options remaining should Milwaukee elect to send him down to Triple-A Colorado Springs at any point in the year.

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  • Brewers' Mauricio Dubon: Progresses to tee work

    Dubon (knee) has progressed to hitting off a tee, according to his personal Twitter account.

    Dubon continues to slowly work his way back from surgery that he underwent in May to repair a torn ACL in his left knee. While the 24-year-old is expected to be fully healthy by spring training, he'll open the season with Triple-A San Antonio. Dubon could make his major-league debut in 2019 if he picks up where he left off prior to suffering his injury (.343/.348/.574 with four homers and six stolen bases in 27 games at Triple-A in 2018).

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  • Brewers' Jimmy Nelson: Inks 2019 contract

    Nelson agreed to a one-year, $3.7 million deal with Milwaukee on Wednesday, avoiding arbitration, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    Nelson did not pitch this past season after suffering a shoulder injury in September of 2017. According to general manager David Stearns, Nelson is expected to have a "relatively normal" offseason before the Brewers re-evaluate his condition when spring training rolls around. If the 29-year-old is deemed ready to go, he will provide a major boost for the Brewers in 2019.

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  • Brewers' Mauricio Dubon: To begin 2019 at Triple-A

    Dubon (knee) will start the 2019 season at Triple-A San Antonio, Adam McCalvy of reports.

    Dubon underwent surgery to repair a torn ACL back in May, and although he should be healthy for spring training, general manager David Stearns stated that Dubon won't get a shot at earning a spot on the roster for Opening Day. However, the 24-year-old second baseman could certainly make his major-league debut sometime during the 2019 campaign.

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  • Brewers' Deolis Guerra: Invited to Brewers' camp

    Guerra signed a minor-league contract which includes an invitation to spring training with the Brewers on Saturday, Adam McCalvy of reports.

    The 29-year-old spent parts of three seasons in the majors, recording a career 4.17 ERA in 95 innings of relief. He hasn't been in the big leagues since 2017, and he spent the entirety of last season with Triple-A Round Rock in the Rangers' system, where he threw 59.1 innings with a 3.79 ERA, striking out 30.0 percent of batters while walking just 6.8 percent. If he earns a major-league job, it will likely be in a low-leverage relief role.

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  • Brewers' Tuffy Gosewisch: Agrees to deal with Brewers

    Gosewisch inked a minor-league contract with Milwaukee that includes an invite to spring training.

    Gosewisch has played in 137 major-league games over the course of his career, though only 11 of those have come since the start of the 2017 season. He spent the entirety of this past year at Triple-A Syracuse in the Nationals' system, slashing just .219/.310/.335 with three home runs and 25 RBI. The 35-year-old doesn't have a path to big-league playing time with Manny Pina, Erik Kratz and Jacob Nattingham ahead of him on the Brewers' depth chart.

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  • Brewers' Xavier Cedeno: Cut loose by Brewers

    Cedeno was not tendered a contract for the 2019 season by Milwaukee.

    Cedeno came over to Milwaukee in late August and proceeded to post a 1.13 ERA and 1.00 WHIP with six strikeouts across eight innings, though he was held off the postseason roster due to the glut of relief options on the team. The left-hander will now hit the open market and shouldn't have a hard time finding suitors following his 2018 campaign.

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  • Brewers' Tyler Saladino: Avoids arbitration

    Saladino agreed to a one-year, $887,500 deal with the Brewers, avoiding arbitration, Jon Heyman of reports.

    He hit .246/.302/.398 with five home runs in 130 plate appearances with the Brewers last season. Saladino will likely shift between Triple-A and the majors in 2019, as he has one option year remaining. He simply provides the Brewers with organizational depth and likely won't play enough to be a viable fantasy option.

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