Milwaukee Brewers non-tender Dan Vogelbach and John Curtiss, bring back all other arbitration eligible players
Jace Peterso, Rowdy Tellez, and Jandel Gustave agreed to new contracts.
Devin Williams is set to see his first action on Saturday
Triple-A Now Slated to Return in May
7-inning doubleheaders and runners on second in extra innings remain, but the universal DH was not included
Milwaukee Brewers to sign Kolten Wong to a two-year deal with a club option for a third year, per report
Wong on second, Hiura on first?
Union rejects league's latest proposal, Spring Training and 162-game MLB regular season expected to begin on time
154-games season, universal DH, expanded playoffs, and more are a no-go as COVID-19 continues to spread
Tensions are high as the current collective bargaining agreement is set to expire after 2021.
Rising COVID numbers could put the quest for the 2021 Cactus Cup in jeopardy.
The lefty catcher is coming back to Milwaukee
Arcia agrees to a pay cut to stay with the team
Minor leaguers will be able to search out their own playing opportunities this summer.
Has the sparring between owners and players turned you off the game, or are you just happy the Brewers are coming back?
Health protocols still have to be agreed upon, but that isn’t believed to be a significant hurdle at this point.
Pessimism, blame, and posturing coming out of the commissioner’s office
Fans will be able to attend professional baseball games in southern Milwaukee county in 2020.
He believes the sport can help play a healing role during the current unrest.
ESPN has reports on the latest deal being concocted by Major League Baseball
It calls for a 114 game regular season, expanded playoffs, and no further pay cuts.
Brewers owner Mark Attanasio thinks that 2020 MLB season will happen, but union reportedly “discouraged” after economic proposal
It’s still anyone’s guess as to whether or not there will be Major League Baseball played this season.
MLB reportedly claims Milwaukee Brewers could lose $139 million during a shortened season played without fans
MLB document to MLBPA suggests owners could lose $4 billion in 2020, but that amount does not include some important figures
Optimistic timeline of a July 1 Opening Day
Brewers could be in a very favorable division
We’re getting baseball again... kind of.
MLB and players’ association working out specifics of spectator-less baseball in Arizona
The prospects will be taken care of during the shutdown.
Major League Baseball owners and MLB Players’ Association ratify agreement dealing with shortened or cancelled 2020 season
New agreement will cause sweeping change throughout baseball and for the Brewers’ organization