Brewers News and Analysis
- The Neal Cotts signing is bringing the Opening Day roster closer to completion. On Friday, Derek looked at the updated Brewers roster projections following the signing.
- Over on The First Out At Third blog, Justin Schultz looks at who the Brewers are getting in reliever Neal Cotts.
- Meanwhile, on Reviewing the Brew, Steven Jewell is disappointed by the Neal Cotts signing.
- Even with the Cotts signing done, the Brewers are still looking for more bullpen help. Adam McCalvy of Brewers.com looks at some of the options the Brewers are still looking at.
- This morning, the Brewers Walk of Fame votes was announced, and Teddy Higuera will be inducted to the Walk of Fame this summer. Adam McCalvy has the details on his Brew Beat blog.
- Luis Sardinas hasn't been a Brewers prospect for long, but he is already drawing interest. Over in the FanShots, tdgbp has a link to a rumor about the Padres interest in Sardinas.
- Could the Brewers be better without Yovani Gallardo? Jeff Servi of Reviewing the Brew makes the case that the Brewers will be more competitive without him.
- MLB.com released their list of the top 100 prospects on Friday, and the only Brewers prospect on the list is Orlando Arcia at #88.
- The Brewer Nation continued their countdown to Opening Day with their Brewers by the (Jersey) Numbers series. Over the weekend, they had profiles of #66 Juan Centeno, #65 Yadiel Rivera, and #64 Shane Peterson.
- The Rays signed reliever Ronald Belisario to a minor-league deal with an invite to spring training.
- The Reds signed LHP Paul Maholm to a minor-league deal with an invite to spring training.
- The Red Sox signed reliever Alexi Ogando to a one-year, $1.5 million contract.
- The Rockies signed reliever Rafael Betancourt and shortstop Omar Quintanilla to minor-league deals with invites to spring training.