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Lone Star Ball Nov 5, 2018
Poll: Should Texas sign Gio Gonzalez?

Poll: Should Texas sign Gio Gonzalez?

Gio Gonzalez is predicted by Jon Heyman to get 3 years at a little over $30 million. Should the Rangers do that? With the offseason kicking into gear, we are going to run a series of polls asking about what you think the Texas Rangers should do in regards to various players on the free agent market, based on what Jon Heyman and his expert project they will get in free agency. Today, we are starting with Gio Gonzalez, the lefty starting pitcher who finished the year with the Milwaukee Brewers. Jon Heyman projects that he will get 3 years, $30 million, and his expert says 3 years, $33...
Brew Crew Ball Nov 2, 2018
What We Learned: Starting up the offseason

What We Learned: Starting up the offseason

The offseason has begun, and we catch you up on everything in today’s What We Learned. Roster Moves Wade Miley, Gio Gonzalez, Curtis Granderson become free agents, Tyrone Taylor added to 40-man rosterJaymes L, BCB Mike Moustakas, Joakim Soria decline mutual options with Brewers, become free agentsJaymes L, BCB Report: Brewers decline $3.5 million option for Jordan LylesJaymes L, BCB Report: Brewers pick up $3.175 million option for Jeremy JeffressJaymes L, BCB Derek Johnson leaving Brewers to become pitching coach for Cincinnati RedsBen Reagan, BCB Milwaukee Brewers outright Stephen Vogt,...
Reviewing the Brew Nov 1, 2018

Milwaukee Brewers Need To Get Left Handed Pitching In Organization

The Milwaukee Brewers are set to enter 2019 with the organization utterly devoid of any left handed pitching. The lack of diversity among the Brewers pitchers is concerning. With Wade Miley and Gio Gonzalez poised to leave the organization in free agency this winter, unless the Milwaukee Brewers add a left handed starter in free […] Milwaukee Brewers Need To Get Left Handed Pitching In Organization - Reviewing the Brew - Reviewing the Brew - A Milwaukee Brewers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Brew Crew Ball Oct 30, 2018
Milwaukee Brewers headed for minor league free agency

Milwaukee Brewers headed for minor league free agency

Which farmhands might be looking for new jobs in 2019? We’ve already covered the trio of now-former Milwaukee Brewers who elected major league free agency - Gio Gonzalez, Curtis Granderson, and Wade Miley. There’s another, much-less talked about tier of free agency as well, on the minor league side of the game. There are several avenues for a player to qualify as a minor league free agent, as explained here by ‘The Cub Reporter’: MLB RULE 55: Sometimes called a “Six-Year Minor League Free-Agent,” an unsigned minor league player is automatically declared a free-agent at 5 PM...
Brew Crew Ball Oct 29, 2018
Wade Miley, Gio Gonzalez, Curtis Granderson become free agents, Tyrone Taylor added to 40-man roster

Wade Miley, Gio Gonzalez, Curtis Granderson become free agents, Tyrone Taylor added to 40-man roster

With the World Series over, the offseason is now officially here, and that means the Brewers’ three free-agents-to-be are now on the open market, free to sign wherever they choose. LHP Gio Gonzalez, LHP Wade Miley and OF Curtis Granderson have elected free agency. OF Tyrone Taylor has been selected to the 40-man roster, which now stands at 38. pic.twitter.com/VI5wWSiVK3— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) October 29, 2018 As Kyle noted last week, despite the important contributions of Wade Miley, Gio Gonzalez and Curtis Granderson down the stretch, it seems unlikely any of the three...
Brew Crew Ball Oct 25, 2018
Expect the Milwaukee Brewers to continue to be innovative with their pitchers in 2019

Expect the Milwaukee Brewers to continue to be innovative with their pitchers in 2019

They’re on the cutting edge. It’s no longer a secret that the Milwaukee Brewers are doing some creative things with their pitching staff. This year’s “run prevention unit” finished fifth in baseball in earned run average and was successful largely by using early hooks for the “initial out-getter,” deploying several multi-inning options out of the bullpen, and relying on one of the league’s top defensive units to turn balls in play into outs. Craig Counsell was even more aggressive with this strategy in the postseason, leaning on guys like Brandon Woodruff and Gio Gonzalez...

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