While the National League Central sent three teams to the postseason in 2013, the Milwaukee Brewers struggled for much of the season.
The offense ranked in the middle of the league, but it was the starting pitching that was a problem. Milwaukee managed to snag Kyle Lohse this year, however, of the four starters with at least 20 starts this year, he was the only one with an ERA below 3.85.
The team could use some help in the rotation.
On the bright side, center fielder Carlos Gomez turned into a star this year. He was doing it all with his bat and his glove. Milwaukee can continue to add pieces around him and try to get back to winning.
The NL Central isn't going to come back to the Brewers. They are going to have to improve if they want to get back in contention, and this market will give them an opportunity to add to their roster.
This tracker will keep tabs on all of the latest rumors and deals involving the Brewers, so check back daily as the offseason heats up.