Milwaukee Brewers rumors
The Red Sox bring back a couple of old friends just before the transaction freeze kicks in.
Williams is likely done for the year, though there’s a possibility he could return if Milwaukee reaches the World Series.
The Brewers take the Boston College center fielder with their first selection.
The Rays deal a key member of their AL pennant-winning core.
After being let go by the Cardinals, Wong signs with one of St. Louis’ NL Central rivals.
The majors’ worst bullpen gets some much-needed help.
The Brewers take the initiative in baseball, following the NBA’s lead in eliminating potential distractions as justice is sought for Jacob Blake.
As MLB’s COVID-19 crisis continues to intensify, LoCain calls it a season.
MLB continues to adjust on the fly while trying to play during a raging pandemic.
The Brewers add a talented outfielder with their first-round pick.
The Brewers appear primed to keep their superstar in Milwaukee until well into his thirties.
Counsell is rewarded after taking the Brewers to the playoffs in two straight seasons.
This is brutal news for the NL MVP candidate.
The Giants sell high on Pomeranz, who has had a strong post-deadline stint in relief.
In a season where every NL Central team remained competitive for several months, the division now appears to feature three clear buyers and two clear sellers.
Could Milwaukee be headed for a reunion with the top reliever on the trade market?
With Travis Shaw struggling, Milwaukee will shake things up along the infield.
Milwaukee’s right-hander finally opts for surgery after dealing with injury for five years.
Moose heads back to Milwaukee after a strong stretch run with the Brew Crew in 2018.
Milwaukee makes improvement by signing former Dodger to 1-year, $18.25 million deal.
New York gets OF who was odd man out in Brewers’ rotation
Padres, Dodgers, Phillies, Brewers, Reds are looking into the possibility of acquiring the Indians ace for 2019.
In a not-so-shocking development, Jerry Dipoto is making another trade.
This weekend a good one if you love baseball, hate nonsense, and are finally glad the Mets signed a danged catcher.
Seattle has a new slugger in town, thanks to the amazing work of GM Jerry Dipoto from his hospital bed.
From unwanted to World Series MVP, follow your dreams and you could Steve Pearce yourself too. Also, remember this nice calm time fondly once the trade deals start flying.