1. In the News (1/25)

    Brewers News - USA Today had a profile on the Brewers 2009 squad. - Gallardo is preparing to man the top of the rotation for the Crew in 2009. - Trevor Hoffman was introduced as a Brewer this weekend...

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  2. RFB Offseason Roundtable

    This week’s topic: Now that the numbers have been submitted: What do you think Hart, Fielder, and Weeks’ salaries are going to be and Is anyone going to go into arbitration hearings? ...

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  3. In the News (1/23)

    Brewers News - Prince Fielder passed his physical, making the two-year/$18M deal official. - SI’s Jon Heyman has the details of Fielder’s conract – $6.5M in 2009, $10...

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  4. Joshua Kusnick Interview

    From left to right: Howard Kusnick, Taylor Green, and Joshua Kusnick at Miller Park. Joshua Kusnick of Double Dimaond Sports Management was nice enough to chat with us this evening...

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  5. Prince Fielder, Milwaukee Brewers Agree to Two Year, $18 Million Deal

    Milwaukee and first baseman Prince Fielder have collaborated on a two year, $18 million deal, pending a physical, according to Tom Haudricourt...

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  6. Unpopular Opinions: Starting Rotation, Gagne, WBC, Hinske

    Maybe it’s just me, but I’ve heard more than enough about that plane crash in the Hudson River...

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  7. Milwauke Brewers' News: Jan. 22

    Brewers News - The Brewers and Prince Fielder are reportedly trying to nail out a two-year deal. I’m not surprised that they’re close to a deal...

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  8. Brae Wright Interview

    Brewers prospect Brae Wright was nice enough to break away from his relaxing offseason to talk with us on the phone...

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  9. Milwaukee Brewers: In the News (Jan. 21)

    A Tip O' the Hat to You, Seth Brewers News - Shotgun a beer, everyone, McClung has avoided arbitration and signed a one-year deal worth a little more than $1.6 Million...

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  10. Milwaukee Brewers: In the News (Inauguration Edition)

    The colors clash and he still looks sexy. What? Brewers News - The Brewers have already reached the 1 million mark for ticket sales in 2009. This is the earliest ever...

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  11. Brewers News (Jan. 19): Prince Fielder Arbitration, Adam Dunn Possibilities

    Brewers News - The Brewers wait to see how much Scott Boras and Prince Fielder will ask for in arbitration. This will be an interesting stare down. I expect it to go to the hearing...

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  12. In the News (1/16)

    Brewers News - As mentioned in an earlier post, Milwaukee agreed to terms with pitcher Dave Bush on a one-year/$4M contract, thus avoiding arbitration...

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  13. Dave Bush, Brewers Avoid Arbitration

    Two down, four to go. Tom Haudricourt reports that Milwaukee and pitcher Dave Bush have avoided arbitration by agreeing to terms for the 2009 season. No word on money yet, but Haudricourt guesses it’ll be somewhere near the $4...

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  14. MLB: In the News (1/15)

    Brewers News - Mark goes on the record to talk about his feelings about implementing a salary cap in baseball. He basically said a salary cap is needed to set parameters from a business standpoint, especially when the economy is in turmoil...

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  15. In the News: Brewers Edition (1/14)

    Brewers News - The Brewers made the Trevor Hoffman deal official. The only player to really comment so far is Jason Kendall who gave him a ringing endorsement. - Guillermo Mota will reportedly sign with the Dodgers...

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  16. Alexandre Periard Interview

    Alexandre Periard was drafted by Milwaukee in the 16th round of the 2004 at just 16 years of age. The 6’1’’ Canadian righty, now just 21, has shot through the Brewers’ ...

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  17. In the News (1/13)

    Brewers News - The Brewers once again avoid arbitration with JJ Hardy. Hardy signed a one-year deal today worth $4.65 million. It’s nice to see this out of the way...

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  18. In the News (1/12)

    Old School Snapper from BrewerFan.net posted a sweet video to YouTube. The MLB nazis will surely have it down soon, but enjoy it while you can. Brewers News -jihad at Brew Crew Ball predicts the Brewers 2009 season using CHONE projections...

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  19. Brewers “Not in” on Derek Lowe, Nobody Cares

    So it looks like the Brewers “are not in on” Derek Lowe. No shit. Lowe is 35, coming off the second best season of his career—and season he is unlikely to repeat—and ...

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  20. Updating the Milwaukee Brewers' Win Projections

    About a month ago, when I first started writing here, I made a series of posts projecting how the Brewers players stack up according to Wins Above Replacement...

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  21. Rosenthal’s Idea

    Ken Rosenthal stole my idea. He thinks Adam Dunn is a good fit for the Brewers too: Here’s another idea: Trade Prince Fielder for premium young pitching. Sign free agent Adam Dunn to replace Fielder...

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  22. In the News (1/9)

    Sup bitches?!?! Brewers News - As we all well know, Hoffmania has ensued in Brewertown. And with Milwaukee coming to terms with the game’s most accomplished closer comes varying reactions along the blogosphere...

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  23. Trevor Hoffman By The Numbers

    By now, everybody’s heard about the new addition by Doug Melvin—closer Trevor Hoffman joins the crew. Let’s take a look at what we might be able to expect out of him this year...

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  24. It’s Trevor Time in Milwaukee

    Trevor Time is about to meet Miller Time. If reports are true (AP, MLB.com, LA Times), the Brewers are about to sign all-time saves leader Trevor Hoffman. Pending the financial details, I’m thrilled with this signing...

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  25. MLB: In the News (1/8)

    Trevor Hoffman could be doing a lot more pitching at Miller Park if the latest rumors are true. Brewers News - The Brewers officially offered closer Trevor Hoffman a contract today and ...

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