After the horrifically slow months of November and December, the Milwaukee Brewers made headlines when they signed Matt Garza to the largest free agent contract in Brewers history late last week. The Crew also agreed to minor league deals with first baseman Mark Reynolds and Lyle Overbay.
Owner Mark Attanasio and General Manager Doug Melvin are firmly set on competing and have no plans to throw in the towel during 2014. They’re ready to for a playoff berth, something they’ve been without since 2011.
While the Brewers are welcoming their new players, let’s see what’s going on around Major League Baseball. It’s time for tidbits.
- Brian Danuff of Yanks Go Yard says the New York Yankees are going for it all in 2014.
- Pablo Roa of District on Deck wonders who will start Opening Day on the mound for the Washington Nationals.
- Scott Cahoon of Birds Watcher talks about the Baltimore Orioles and failed physicals.
- John Burgess of Climbing Tal’s Hill has five predictions about the Houston Astros.
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Topics: Milwaukee Brewers