Nashville - Before leaving for baseball's winter meetings, Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin predicted he wouldn't be making a big splash on the personnel front. With one day remaining at what has been a snooze fest for most clubs, the Brewers haven't even made a ripple. "The winter meetings aren't like they used to be," Melvin said. "Years ago, you used to go down (to the media room) and announce trades, and people would be there." Now, free agency takes precedence over trades, with many players waiting for the top dogs to sign and create a trickle-down effect. The Brewers would like to sign a starting pitcher, but apparently no one wants to make a move until the premier free agent, Zack Greinke, strikes a deal...
Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images