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Mat Gamel released by Yankees one week after signing him...so why exactly did they bother?

Yesterday we heard that the Yankees released former Brewers top prospect Mat Gamel, not even a week after signing him to a minor league contract in the first place. 138 more words

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Brewers Player Profile: 1B Adam Lind

On November 2nd, 2014, the Milwaukee Brewers traded for 1st baseman Adam Lind. The deal sent Lind to the Brewers in-exchange for Marco Estrada. The Brewers will again not have a full time first baseman with Lind, but that doesn’t mean he’s not the type of player that can’t put up numbers. 355 more words

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Brewers Will Start Jonathan Lucroy at 1st Base Versus Left Handed Pitchers

Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy made some noise around Major League Baseball classifying him as one of the best catchers in Baseball. The Brewers have had a problem at the 1st base position ever since Prince Fielder left after the 2011 season. 301 more words

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Spring Training Report- Familiar Faces, New Places

With every offseason comes a changing of the guard. When the Gwinnett Braves take the field in 2014, the roster will carry a couple of familiar faces, while the majority of it will be composed of minor league free agents and Double-A standouts. 466 more words

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Bidgeport Bluefish sign Felipe Lopez

The Bridgeport Bluefish of the Atlantic League have signed ex-MLB player Felipe Lopez.  Lopez last played in the MLB in 2011 with the Brewers and the Rays, and has a .264/.333/.391 career slash line in his 11-year career. 159 more words

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Braves sign Mat Gamel

Mat Gamel, who was a top prospect and the heir apparent at first base for the Brewers before multiple knee surgeries derailed his career, has signed a minor-league contract with the Braves. 78 more words

No more half measures

Posted by Steve

The latest in the “the Brewers have no long-term plan” theme, they missed out on re-signing Corey Hart today. Hart would have been a nice option for first base this year, but oh well. 461 more words

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