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Brewers win first game of the spring over San Diego, 11-7

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Wes Clarke homers twice as four Brewers collect multiple hits

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The Milwaukee Brewers took their spring training opener against the San Diego Padres Saturday afternoon, winning 11-7 behind 13 hits, including a two-homer game for Wes Clarke.

The Crew kicked off the game with consecutive singles by Sal Frelick, Jackson Chourio, and Tyler Black. While Frelick was thrown out by Fernando Tatis Jr. after overrunning first, the Brewers had each of...

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Spring Training Game Thread #1: Milwaukee Brewers @ San Diego Padres

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Brewers set to play their first game of 2024 against the Padres

The Milwaukee Brewers will open their slate of spring training games on Saturday afternoon, as the Crew takes on the San Diego Padres at Peoria Stadium in Arizona.

Milwaukee’s lineup features Sal Frelick leading off and playing at third base, a new spot for Frelick as the Brewers face an influx of outfield depth heading into 2024. Top prospect Jackson...

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Ex-MLB All-Star training in hopes of making Olympics

A former MLB All-Star could be preparing to embark on a second career as a would-be Olympian. 

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Brewers release Austin Nola, who then signs with the Royals

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Nola signed a minor-league deal earlier this offseason

The Brewers released catcher Austin Nola on Thursday afternoon, and Nola then quickly found a new home with the Royals, signing a one-year deal on Friday.

Nola, 34, was on a minor-league deal with a non-roster invite to spring training, but with the team’s addition of Gary Sanchez earlier this week, there would be limited opportunities for him to get a chance at playing time with William...

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Report reveals details of Gary Sanchez's restructured contract

The Brewers finalized their restructured contract with Gary Sánchez on Wednesday.

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Austin Nola finally lands with new team

Nola had rated as an above-average framer and blocker early in his career. Over the past two seasons, he has received very poor grades in both departments.

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Milwaukee Brewers 2024 preview by position: Catcher

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With Contreras solidified as the main guy, the question is how much time will the backups get?

Looking back at our catcher preview from 2023, the biggest change for the Brewers is the backup options behind William Contreras.

Contreras had a strong first season with Milwaukee, garnering MVP votes and earning the NL Silver Slugger while also showing vastly improved defense. While Victor Caratini got most of the backup reps to Contreras in 2023, he’s...

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Player Profile: Jeferson Quero

Jeferson Quero was born in Barquisimeto, Venezuela on October 8, 2002. He was not ranked in the top 30 International Free Agents.   The Milwaukee Brewers signed Quero in July of 2019.

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Brewers deal with Gary Sanchez back on after physical reveals issue

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Milwaukee was reportedly close to signing the veteran catcher two weeks ago

After an apparent concern with Sanchez’s right wrist after his physical, the Brewers are expected to bring Gary Sanchez on board with a one-year, $7 million contract, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

Brewers’ deal with Gary Sánchez finally nearing completion. Story: https://t.co/mvkAVBCvz8

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Brewers’ shaky deal with ex-Yankees star gets resolution

Former Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez appears headed to the Brewers after all. Sanchez had agreed to a one-year, $7M deal with the Brewers earlier this month.

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Insider reveals what's holding up Brewers' deal with two-time All-Star

While the financial terms of the deal seem likely to change, it doesn’t appear the concern was strong enough to torpedo the deal entirely.

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Player Profile: Jacob Misiorowski

Jacob Misiorowski was born in Blue Spring, Missouri on April 3rd, 2002. He played high school baseball at Grain Valley High School in Grain Valley, MO.

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Player Profile: Tyler Black

Tyler Black was born in Toronto, Ontario, on July 26, 2000. He played high school baseball at St. Andrew’s College High School in Aurora, ON. He was the third-ranked shortstop and the 28th-ranked overall player in Ontario.

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Milwaukee Brewers Roster Transaction

The Milwaukee Brewers have lost Corbin Burnes in a trade with the Baltimore Orioles, but today, they have made a move to bring back an arm that can help them at the end of the year and in 2025 hopefully.

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Two-time All-Star pitcher re-signing with Brewers

It will be a two-year deal for the McKinnis Sports client, though the financial elements of the pact aren’t yet publicly known.

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Two-Time NL All-Star Pitcher Goes Back To The Brewers

Starting pitcher Brandon Woodruff has been a huge component of the Milwaukee Brewers pitching rotation for the last seven years. He’s a two-time NL all-star, earning those nods in 2019 and 2021.

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Report: Brewers re-sign injured RHP Brandon Woodruff

The Milwaukee Brewers are re-signing injured right-hander Brandon Woodruff to a two-year deal, MLB Network reported Monday. Contract terms were not available for the two-time All-Star, who is expected to miss the 2024 season following surgery in October to repair the anterior capsule in his right shoulder.

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Brewers bring back Brandon Woodruff on two-year deal

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Woodruff was non-tendered after undergoing surgery but will remain with the Brewers on a new contract

One of the best starters in Brewers history is staying in Milwaukee through 2025. The Brewers have re-signed Brandon Woodruff to a two-year deal, reported Jon Heyman on Monday morning. Financial terms have yet to be reported.

The Brewers made the challenging decision to non-tender Woodruff in November after he underwent shoulder surgery. The procedure...

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Opinion: What to Expect the Milwaukee Brewers Starting Rotation to Look Like

Well the NL Central Brewers will no longer have the luxury of leaning on Corbin Burnes or Brandon Woodruff this coming season. Burnes was traded away to the Baltimore Orioles and Brandon Woodruff is a pending free agent while recovering from surgery likely keeping him from pitching in 2024 anyway.

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Sal Frelick preparing to play infield in spring training

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Frelick worked out in the infield during the offseason at Pat Murphy’s request

Sal Frelick is a prominent piece in a deep Brewers outfield, but he’ll also spend some time on the dirt in spring training.

Ken Rosenthal published a column Saturday morning revealing that Frelick worked out with former Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia at the team’s spring training complex in November.

The workouts were arranged by new manager Pat Murphy, who asked...

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