Brewers, Nelson agree to terms, avoid arbitration

The Brewers scratched an item off their winter to-do list Wednesday by signing right-hander Jimmy Nelson to a $3.7 million contract, avoiding arbitration with a pitcher who missed all of last season while rehabbing from right shoulder surgery.… Read More
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Crew staying patient despite NL Central moves

When one looks at the division as a whole, the NL Central may be baseball's most complete in terms of competitiveness from top to bottom. The Brewers' task is to remain on top, but this winter, the plan for doing business is to remain patient.… Read More
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Brewers could eye upgrade with catcher Ramos

Brewers officials had what a baseball source characterized as a "very good" meeting on Monday with free-agent catcher Wilson Ramos, who is on hand with his representatives at the Winter Meetings to meet with teams.… Read More
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Analytics’ rise a leading topic at Winter Meetings

Major League Baseball's Department of Diversity and Inclusion launched its "Unfiltered" series at the Winter Meetings on Monday with a discussion of analytics -- a fitting place to start because it's an area of explosive growth, with teams loading up on smart people from all backgrounds to attack old problems in new ways.… Read More
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Depth in 2B market gives Brewers options

Last week's decision to non-tender Jonathan Schoop means the Brewers need a second baseman. But so far, general manager David Stearns has said more about who will not fill that position on Opening Day than he has revealed about who will.… Read More
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