"Jeremy is extremely remorseful for what happened and will be voluntarily checking himself into a rehab facility to deal with his problem," Kusnick said. "Jeremy is sick and needs help. We are here to support him in getting his life back. Right now, the most important thing is to help him get his life back, and baseball will take care of itself. "He is sorry for letting everyone down who believes in him."-Jeffress' agent. If you missed it, Jeffress, the Brewers' top pitching prospect, was suspended for 100 games.