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3 hrs ago | Brew Crew Ball
Doug Melvin says the Brewers won't trade Ramirez. In unreported news, Doug Melvin has been in extensive talks with teams and an Aramis Ramirez trade is imminent.
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7 hrs ago | Rant Sports
The rumors of what would happen to Bronson Arroyo and Corey Hart who are both free agents this offseason; have spun throughout the 2013 MLB Winter Meetings .
8 hrs ago | Reviewing the Brew
The annual Winter Meetings went through their second day today and while it wasn't extremely busy, some deals still managed to happen.
Brewers general manager Doug Melvin would ideally add two experienced relief arms to the bullpen, but said he was focused on settling first base before moving to the relief market.
The Mouse King is on a break, standing to one side of a rehearsal studio filled with ballet students and company performers meeting for the first time.
As has been said ad nauseam, there's still a lot of offseason left, and Dave Dombrowski doesn't quit dealing.
Aug 28, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Tom Gorzelanny delivers a pitch against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the first inning at PNC Park.
Lake Buena Vista, Fla. I just spoke with Corey Hart's agent, Jeff Berry, who told me that the Brewers have made Hart "a priority" in terms of trying to re-sign the slugging first baseman.
It's difficult to remember the last time there was this much activity in terms of significant trades and signings in major league baseball before the start of the annual winter meetings.
Even though Ryan Braun has agreed to move to right field in light of the Milwaukee Brewers trading Norichika Aoki , Khris Davis still doesn't view himself as the starter in left field.
During his two seasons as a Brewer, it's possible Norichika Aoki surprised us the most with his power.
Contrary to impressions left by media reports, the Milwaukee Brewers have not had talks with the city of Dunedin about relocating here for baseball spring training.
Brewers general manager Doug Melvin will lead a contingent to baseball's Winter Meetings with two goals, one specific and one more general: His ballclub is coming off a 74-win season, its poorest finish since Melvin was still in the building process in 2004.
Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun answers reporters questions at a news conference in front of Helfaer Field at Miller Park on Nov. 27. I understand that hunting is a billion-dollar industry in Wisconsin as well as being viewed as a wholesome, mainstream activity as illustrated by the Hunting Heritage Act.