Tom Haudricourt tweets that the Crew has traded minor league infielder Cutter Dykstra to Washington for CF Nyjer Morgan.
Also, Jonathan Lucroy will see a doctor on Monday, at which point he should be cleared to play in major league games.
Brewers related, sort of... 1947 Brewers, anyhow. This is one of the coolest things I've found on the internet, from the blog http://www.borchertfield.com. Note new Brewers owner Louis Perini in the lower-right corner--he was also the new Boston Braves owner, and would later bring his Braves to Milwaukee, effectively ending the Borchert Field era. History is fun!
One optimistic Brewer projection and one more painful reminder of what might have been.
.... for the sole purpose of inciting rage. Please express the appropriate level of rage in the comments. -Per ESPN's Jerry Crasnick
Rosario assigned to Brevard County.
Forbes published its annual team values, with the Brewers coming in at 22nd ($376 million). This is up 7% from last year (and up roughly 88% from the reported $200 million Mark paid in 2004). The Yankees were tops with $1,700 million and the Mets (which sold a decade after the Pilots for the same amount) were 5th with $747 million.
Kyle, Can likely forget Jo Jo Reyes as the PTBNL for Carlos [Villanueva]. Brandon Morrow is going on the DL and Jo Jo will be making the rotation, at least to start the year,Tom Dakers of Bluebird Banter. Well, I guess that was fun while it lasted.
Carroll is 28 and hit .197/.311/.329 as a Marlin in 2010. At this point, he's likely just organizational depth.