Brewers News and Notes
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Brewers extend Craig Counsell’s contract through 2020 | Jaymes L, BCB
On Friday, the Brewers announced a contract extension for Counsell, which should keep him manager of the Brewers for the next four seasons.
Brewers Tender or Non-Tender Decision: Chase Anderson | Jaymes L, BCB
Chase Anderson may not be a part of the Brewers in a few years, but he still offers enough value now to retain him.
Brewers Tender or Non-Tender Decision: Tyler Thornburg | Jaymes L, BCB
One of the easier decisions the Brewers have to make this offseason is whether or not to tender Tyler Thornburg a contract.
2016-17 Free Agency Preview: Starting Pitchers | eddiemathews, BCB
The starting pitcher market is drier than usual this offseason, but there are still some options out there that could improve a team.
2016-17 Free Agency Preview: Relief Pitchers | eddiemathews, BCB
The Brewers will likely sign a relief pitcher or two this offseason, but it likely won’t be one of the top options, who figure to set highs for relief contracts.
BCB Mailbag 4: Saturday Edition | Kyle Lesniewski, BCB
In a Saturday edition of the mailbag, Kyle answers questions on the CBA, trades, and other random topics.
Links from Other Sites
Brewers were wise to extend Counsell | Mike Bauman, MLB.com
With a new three year deal in place, the Brewers made a good deal to keep him with the team for the near future.
Positional Flexibility and Minor-League Development | Kyle Lesniewski, BP Milwaukee
Flexibility has been a big part of GM David Stearns plans for the minors, but so far, it hasn’t shown up significantly more than under Doug Melvin.
Nottingham's walk-off lifts Salt River in extras | Manny Randhawa, MLB.com
Jacob Nottingham hit a walk-off single on Saturday night in the Military Appreciation Game, and is impressing in the Fall League this year.