Brewers News & Notes
- The Brewers released their Spring Training schedule yesterday. Highlights include a second straight year with an exhibition against UW-Milwaukee, a trip to Minute Maid Park for two games against the Astros, and a Spring Training finale against Double-A Biloxi at their home park.
- Meanwhile, Travis looks back into the past at what was the greatest Brewers game of this century: the walk-off win in Game 5 of the 2011 NLCS. There's also an opportunity to vote for #2 on the list.
- What are your thoughts on the three trades made last week? Derek has a quick review of the three trades along with a poll asking for your thoughts on those trades.
- The trades last week changed the payroll position for the Brewers going into 2016. Derek updated the projected starting roster for 2016 and the payroll after last week's trades.
- Despite a busy week, the Brewers are likely not done trading players yet. Kyle has a profile on one of the most likely Brewers to be traded this offseason: Adam Lind.
- Ramon Flores isn't a big name, but it is one that could be a part of the Brewers for the next few years. Jack Moore of BP Milwaukee analyzes what Flores brings to the Brewers and how it can be useful both now and down the road.
- Logan Schafer's time with the Brewers has come to an end. Jim Goulart notes on Twitter that Schafer has signed a minor-league deal with the Nationals.
Minor League Update
- Wrapping up the AFL season, Mike Rosenbaum of MLB.com posted his All-Arizona Fall League Team. Josh Hader was named as one of the starting pitchers, and Yadiel Rivera, Brett Phillips, and Damien Magnifico each earned runner-up mentions.
- Korean outfielder Ah-seop Son did not receive any bids for his posting, so he will remain in Korea next season. This will likely clear a path for third baseman Jae-gyun Hwang to be posted.
- The Mariners signed catcher Chris Iannetta to a one-year contract.