Changes in hitting approach hint at a diamond in the rough
The Brewers are seeking a significant return and a deal is characterized as unlikely.
The 2015 AL MVP would add significant production to the Brewers’ lineup
It’s been awhile since they’ve made a pick, but several open spots and the upcoming 26-man roster could mean this is the year.
He was a big league journeyman who remade himself overseas.
Long time Angels right fielder might be a good fit in Milwaukee
Yasmani Grandal earned second-team honors, too.
The veteran left-hander may be on the trading block as New York closes in on a deal for Gerrit Cole
Gregorius is reportedly willing to sign a one-year deal.
The Brewers will face the Cubs, Mets, and Cardinals
At least one of the Brewers’ non-tendered players will be returning in 2020 on a slightly cheaper deal
A now healthy Rasmussen is learning to tear apart hitters in the minors
He’s the seventh Brewer to go into the Hall of Fame
A defensive specialist looking to snag the 26th roster spot
Underrated player who can really hit
Trade Analysis: Brewers prevent catcher from becoming black hole in lineup, but will need defensive creativity
Omar Narvaez should provide offensive stability, with Manny Pina and a 26th man possibily providing the defense
Stearns has never been afraid to be unconventional. Now he’s taking that boldness to the next level.
Another potential impact bat for the 2020 lineup.
Milwaukee Brewers acquire catcher Omar Narvaez from Seattle for prospect Adam Hill and Comp Round B draft pick
He's a very defensively challenged backstop with a great bat for the position.
At least someone got it right!
Pittsburgh and St. Louis received picks in round A while Cincinnati received a pick just after the Brewers in round B
He’s a veteran with parts of seven seasons pitched in the big leagues.
Things don’t look great down on the farm right now.
He’s the best player of this generation, and he remains a key contributor after all these years.
The Brewers are making a run to the playoffs without their MVP.
He is, of course, one of the best relievers in baseball.
Non-tendered players have warts by definition, but the Brewers could find valuable depth among players that were cut loose by other teams
Lorenzo Cain, Keston Hiura, Josh Hader, and every other Brewers player not named Christian Yelich available for trade
Reports indicate Milwaukee’s openness to discuss trading an aging Cain and others