Brewers Reward David Stearns With Contract Extension, Promotion

One of Major League Baseball’s youngest executives will be staying with the Milwaukee Brewers for the foreseeable future. Milwaukee officially announced a contract extension Wednesday for David Stearns, who also received a new job title with the extension. The 34-year-old Stearns was promoted to President of Baseball Operations, making him the first executive in franchiseContinue reading “Brewers Reward David Stearns With Contract Extension, Promotion”

Brewers Sign 1B/OF Eric Thames to Three-Year Deal

The Milwaukee Brewers have signed free agent first baseman/outfielder Eric Thames to a three-year deal that includes $16 million guaranteed, the team announced on Tuesday. Welcome to the Crew, @EricThames! pic.twitter.com/tSVOlg9mFl — Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) November 29, 2016 In a corresponding roster move, the Brewers designated first baseman Chris Carter for assignment, clearing a 40-man rosterContinue reading “Brewers Sign 1B/OF Eric Thames to Three-Year Deal”

Brewers Pondering Shifting Ryan Braun Back to Left Field

In Ryan Braun‘s storied MLB career, he has done a lot of moving on the defensive side of the game. When Braun was drafted by the Brewers in 2005, he was listed as a third baseman. When the Brewers brought him up in mid-May of 2007, he was the team’s 3rd baseman. Braun appeared inContinue reading “Brewers Pondering Shifting Ryan Braun Back to Left Field”

Brewers Sign Slugging 1st Baseman Chris Carter

Chris Carter, the first baseman the owns a .217 batting average and 33 home runs to go with 86 runs batted in over a 162 game average has signed with the Milwaukee Brewers on a one-year, $2.5 million deal. Last Chris Carter note: Signed a 1yr deal with Brewers, but he's under club control throughContinue reading “Brewers Sign Slugging 1st Baseman Chris Carter”

Brewers add Organizational Top Prospect Orlando Arcia to 40-man Roster

Orlando Arcia, the top prospect in the Brewers organization, has been added to the team’s 40-man roster, the Brewers official Twitter account announced earlier today. The #Brewers have added INF Orlando Arcia, RHP Jacob Barnes and RHP Damien Magnifico to the 40-man roster, which now stands at 38. — Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) November 20, 2015Continue reading “Brewers add Organizational Top Prospect Orlando Arcia to 40-man Roster”

Brewers Recall Six Prospects From Double-A Biloxi

This is a big day for the future of the Milwaukee Brewers. Following the hiring of David Stearns as the team’s new general manager yesterday, the Brewers double-a team, the Biloxi Shuckers season came to an end, and while the players didn’t like how their season ended, six of them will be getting the opportunityContinue reading “Brewers Recall Six Prospects From Double-A Biloxi”

Brewers Hire David Stearns as Team’s Next General Manager

Current and long-time Brewers general manager Doug Melvin announced in August that he would be stepping down from his general manager post at the end of the year. “I’m 63 years old and I’ve been doing this for 20 years,” said Melvin, who previously served as general manager  of the Texas Rangers, prior to beingContinue reading “Brewers Hire David Stearns as Team’s Next General Manager”

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