Milwaukee Brewers In the News: Dec. 17

Right Field BleachersCorrespondent IDecember 17, 2008

Brewers News

- Gabe Kapler won This Year in Baseball’s Top Play for his amazing outfield catch in LA. Congrats, Gabe...I truly hope you come back for another year in MKE.

- Jeremy Jeffress has caught Rotoprofessor’s eye.

- The Hardball Times did a very nice case study on Ben Sheets.


Rumors and Speculation

- Anyone know what’s going with Cameron and Cabrera? I’m not really hanging by a thread, so just wake me up when something happens.

- Al’s Ramblings believes that if the Brewers unload Cameron’s salary, they’ll be in the running for Fuentes. Supported by Yahoo! Sports.

- Bernie’s Crew thinks the Brewers should sign Adam Dunn. If the Brewers still got Cabrera, they feel that Hart or Braun would go to center and Cabrera would be a fourth outfielder.

- Brewed Sports predicts that if Teixeira signs with Boston, Hardy will be a BoSock in exchange for Mike Lowell and Manny Delcarmen. Wow, I hope that this is just someone talking out of their @$$ for the Brewers sake.

NL Central

- This is just funny. But seriously now, folks, the Pirates are reportedly going after Jerry Hairston and Daniel Cabrera.

Other News

- Nashville City Council is hearing the plan to improve the Nashville Sounds Greer Stadium. Maybe update the sweet guitar scoreboard? Who wouldn’t love seeing their face on that thing?

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