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62-100 3-7 L1

Top Brewers News

  • Brewers' Monte Harrison: Links on with Milwaukee

    Harrison agreed Monday with the Brewers on a minor-league contract and received an invitation to MLB spring training, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    It's a return to the Brewers' organization for Harrison, as he was drafted by Milwaukee in the second round of the 2014 MLB Draft. The 27-year-old had a brief run in the majors last year with the Angels and had short big-league stints with the Marlins in 2020 and 2021, compiling a .176/.253/.294 slash line with a 48.7 percent strikeout rate in 76 MLB plate appearances. Harrison will likely be organizational depth for the Brew Crew, and the bulk of his playing time should come with Triple-A Nashville.

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  • Brewers' Colin Rea: Invited to Brewers' camp

    Rea signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Friday and received an invite to major-league spring training, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

    Rea spent last season in Japan with the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks, where he recorded a 3.96 ERA and 1.14 WHIP through 100 frames. The 32-year-old will now likely begin 2023 in Triple-A Nashville, where he found success in 2021 to the tune of a 2.27 ERA and 1.05 WHIP across 35.2 innings.

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  • Brewers' Skye Bolt: Gets NRI from Crew

    Bolt signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Friday and received an invitation to major-league spring training, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

    Bolt slashed .326/.385/.526 in Triple-A last season, though he was never able to put it together in the majors, where his numbers dropped to .198/.259/.330 across 116 plate appearances with Oakland. Milwaukee already has plenty of outfield talent at the major-league and minor-league levels, so Bolt will likely serve as organizational depth.

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  • Brewers' Robert Stock: Inks minors deal with Milwaukee

    Stock signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Thursday that includes an invitation to spring training, per Adam McCalvy of MLB.com.

    Stock spent the 2022 season with the Doosan Bears of the Korea Baseball Organization and pitched to an overall 3.60 ERA with 138 strikeouts (and 83 walks) in 29 starts covering 165 innings. Control problems plagued him throughout his time in MLB-affiliated ball, and it seems that those issues haven't been fully ironed out yet. The hard-throwing 33-year-old will probably be viewed as organizational bullpen depth by Milwaukee, though he did at least prove in the KBO that he can handle a starter's workload.

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  • Brewers' Brian Navarreto: Signs with Milwaukee

    Navarreto signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Thursday which includes an invite to major-league spring training, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

    Navarreto spent the 2022 campaign at Milwaukee's Triple-A level, and he'll return to the organization for 2023. He had a .262/.317/.362 slash line with four home runs in 43 games last season and should serve as organizational catching depth.

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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Invited to big-league camp

    Frelick has received an invitation to major-league spring training with the Brewers, reports MLB.com's Adam McCalvy.

    On track to make his big-league debut at some point during the 2023 season, Frelick will get a chance to put his best foot forward under close watch of Milwaukee's lead decision makers. The 22-year-old top outfield prospect slashed .331/.403/.480 with 11 home runs and 24 stolen bases in 119 games last summer between High-A Wisconsin, Double-A Biloxi and Triple-A Nashville and is one of the organization's top prospects.

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  • Brewers' Brian Anderson: Expected to play primarily at 3B

    Anderson told reporters via Zoom on Sunday that he will primarily play third base, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

    Anderson also said the team has talked to him about playing in the outfield, and also potentially at first base. The former Miami infielder/outfielder signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal with the Brewers after being non-tendered by the Marlins following a disappointing 2022 season where he posted a .657 OPS over 98 games.

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  • Brewers' Jon Singleton: Loses 40-man spot

    The Brewers designated Singleton for assignment Monday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    The move opens up a spot on the 40-man roster for Brian Anderson, whose one-year deal with Milwaukee became official Monday. The 31-year-old Singleton was added to the Brewers' 40-man roster earlier in the offseason after he slashed .219/.375/.434 with 24 home runs in 134 games with Triple-A Nashville in 2022. The former top prospect will hit waivers, and he could elect free agency if he goes unclaimed.

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  • Brewers' Jesse Winker: No limitations in camp

    Winker (neck, knee) has been working out at the Brewers' spring training complex in Arizona and will not face any restrictions at the start of spring training.

    Winker is coming back from a minor knee surgery and also an operation on his neck in which he had a herniated disc replaced. The neck injury in particular seemed debilitating, as Winker sunk to a .688 OPS in 2022, but it sounds like he'll head into 2023 with a clean bill of health. The 29-year-old also had a major ballpark upgrade when he was traded from Seattle to Milwaukee over the offseason, giving him a good shot to bounce back this year.

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  • Brewers' Brian Anderson: Signs on with Milwaukee

    Anderson agreed to a contract with the Brewers on Tuesday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.

    Anderson was non-tendered by the Marlins over the winter after slashing .222/.311/.346 with eight homers and 28 RBi over 98 games with Miami. After serving mainly as an everyday third baseman through his first five seasons with the Marlins, Anderson moved into more of a utility role in 2022, but a downturn in performance at the plate resulted in Miami cutting him earlier in the offseason. With the move to Milwaukee, Anderson will get the chance to win the starting job at the hot corner or in right field this spring, and at the very least, he should see plenty of playing time against left-handed pitching in 2023.

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  • Brewers' Abraham Toro: Inks one-year deal

    Toro signed a one-year, $1.25 million contract with the Brewers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports.

    It's a nice little raise for Toro, who was eligible for arbitration for the first time as a Super Two qualifier. The 26-year-old was acquired via trade from the Mariners last month and will compete for the Brewers' second base job in 2023.

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  • Brewers' Devin Williams: Gets $3.35 million for 2023

    Williams agreed to a one-year, $3.35 million contract with the Brewers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports.

    It's the first year of arbitration eligibility for the 2020 NL Rookie of the Year, so he'll get a significant raise from his salary over the past few years. The 28-year-old is now locked is as Milwaukee's closer with Josh Hader in San Diego, and Williams had a 1.93 ERA, 1.01 WHIP and 96:30 K:BB across 60.2 innings last season with 15 saves in 17 chances.

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  • Brewers' Luis Urias: Reaches deal for 2023

    Urias agreed to a one-year, $4.7 million contract with the Brewers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

    Urias will receive a sizable raise in his second year of arbitration eligibility after he made $2.55 million in 2022. The 25-year-old struggled during the first half last season, but he found more success after the All-Star break with a .790 OPS in 56 games.

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  • Brewers' Eric Lauer: Reaches deal with Milwaukee

    Lauer agreed to a one-year, $5.075 million contract with the Brewers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports.

    Lauer delivered another solid season for the Brewers in 2022 with a 3.69 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 157:59 K:BB across a career-high 158.2 innings. The left-hander should open 2023 as Milwaukee's No. 4 starter behind Corbin Burnes, Brandon Woodruff and Freddy Peralta.

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  • Brewers' Brandon Woodruff: Settles at $10.8 million

    Woodruff signed a one-year, $10.8 million contract with the Brewers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Robert Murray of FanSided.com reports.

    It's a substantial raise for Woodruff, who was in his third of four arbitration-eligible years. The right-hander posted a 3.05 ERA and 190:42 K:BB over 153.1 innings in 2022. He's not as good of a bet as some of the other top-shelf starters to stay healthy, but as far as pure performance goes he measures up to almost anyone.

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  • Brewers' Rowdy Tellez: Avoids arbitration

    Tellez and the Brewers agreed on a one-year, $4.95 million contract Friday, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.

    Tellez and the organization will avoid the arbitration process after coming to an agreement Friday. The first baseman struggled to hit for average in 2022, batting a career-low .219, but he did produce a career-high 35 homers, 89 RBI, 67 runs and two stolen bases. The 27-year-old will likely have an everyday role with Milwaukee in 2023, whether it's at the cold corner or at designated hitter.

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  • Brewers' Willy Adames: Reaches deal for 2023

    Adames agreed to a one-year, $8.7 million contract with the Brewers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

    Adames made $4.6 million last season and will receive a sizable raise for 2023, which is his penultimate year before free agency. The 27-year-old had a .238/.298/.458 slash line with 31 home runs and 98 RBI last season.

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  • Brewers' Keston Hiura: Settles at $2.2 million

    Hiura agreed to a one-year, $2.2 million contract with the Brewers on Friday to avoid arbitration, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.

    It's Hiura's first year of arbitration eligibility, and he'll receive a nice raise from his pre-arbitration salary over the past few years. The 26-year-old had a .226/.316/.449 slash line with 14 home runs and a 41.7 percent strikeout rate in 80 games last season, and he's likely to open 2023 in a bench role.

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  • Brewers' Victor Caratini: Avoids arbitration

    Caratini signed a one-year, $2.8 million contract with the Brewers on Thursday to avoid arbitration, Mark Feinsand of MLB.com reports.

    Caratini has served as a backup catcher for the majority of his career. However, he's managed to top 300 plate appearances in each of his last two seasons while also grading out as a well above-average framer behind the dish. Entering 2023, Caratini figures to serve as the secondary catcher in Milwaukee behind William Contreras.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Avg R HR ERA
Team .235
(21st)
725
(10th)
219
(3rd)
3.83
(12th)

Injuries

Player Injury
A. Houser SP Adrian Houser SP Groin

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