Brewers GM Doug Melvin has made it known that the team is working to move Bill Hall, who was put on waivers last week. Hall - who will make 8.4 million dollars in 2010 with a 2 million dollar buyout - is hitting a disappointing .201 on the year with an abysmal .265 on-base percentage
|2009 - Bill Hall||76||214||22||43||12||0||6||24||19||72||1||0||.201||.265||.341|
The Reds reportedly have interest in Hall, and may be willing to swap one of a starting pitcher for him. Both Bronson Arroyo and Aaron Harang have contracts similar to Hall in length and amount, making for an easy swap.
The Brewers would be smart to target Arroyo. Arroyo has reached the double-digit win mark for the 5th time in 6 seasons, and will make 11 million dollars in 2010 with 2 million dollar buyout.
|2009 - Bronson Arroyo||11-11||4.74||1.39||85||53|
In 8 career appearances at Miller Park, Arroyo is 3-1 with a 2.84 ERA.