1. In the News (12/4)

    Brewers News - Of course, the big news of the day was the Jorge Julio signing. The 29-year-old righty reliever inked a one-year deal to play in Milwaukee. The deal is for $950,000 with up to $950,000 in performance bonuses...

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  2. One Sheets to the Wind: Deucing on an Ace

    As we all know, Ben Sheets was offered arbitration on Monday—thus preserving the slight possibility of Milwaukee’s ace to remain with the team for another season...

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  3. Projecting Selected Free Agents

    To bring everything together with the projection posts I’ve made this week, here are some projections for some selected Free Agents...

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  4. Brewers sign RHP Jorge Julio

    RotoWorld reports the Brewers have come to terms on a one-year deal with RHP Jorge Julio. Julio, who will be 30 before the 2009 season, has served as a closer in the past...

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  5. In the News (12/3)

    Brewers News - It looks like Sheets will decline arbitration , which is not really surprising. Someone will offer him a decent multi-year deal. More HERE ...

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  6. Projecting Brewer Pitchers

    These are very similar to the hitting projections I posted yesterday. I’ve been tweaking these a little bit since I first posted them on my old blog to make up for the fact that I had the ...

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  7. Snow = Winter Meetings, I Thinks So

    The snow has been falling in Green Bay, WI all day. This can mean only one thing that means another thing. Get it? Me neither. Anyway, it’s December in Wisconsin and with December comes the annual MLB Winter Meetings...

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  8. Milwaukee Brewers: In the News (Dec. 2)

    Brewers News - Doug Melvin discussed the upcoming Winter Meetings. It sounds like the bullpen and the bench are areas of emphasis (which is understandable) and the team wants to add left-handed bats (likely through trade)...

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  9. Projecting the Milwaukee Brewers' Position Players

    Everybody wants to know what’s going to happen next year. Well, obviously we can’t know, but we can guess...

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  10. Hello, RFB!

    Hello, everybody. My name is Jack Moore and I’m very happy to be welcomed to the crew here at RFB. I am an 18 year old sophomore at UW-Madison and I’m majoring in Mathematics and Computer Sciences...

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  11. In the News (Dec. 1)

    Brewers News - The Brewers offered arbitration to CC Sabathia, Ben Sheets, and Brian Shouse, and declined offering arbitration to Eric Gagne. In my opinion, these were the right moves...

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  12. Milwaukee Brewers: In the News (Nov. 30)

    We’re just hours away from December, the hot stove is slowly heating up, and we’re bringing back your daily dose of In the News. So, read up and enjoy...

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  13. Brewers Swindle Canadian Reliever

    Terrible headline. But possibly a good low-risk signing by Milwaukee today in acquiring 25-year-old left-handed Canadian relief pitcher R.J. Swindle ...

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  14. RFB Offseason Roundtable - Free Agents?

    This Week’s Topic: What non blue-chip free agents should the Brewers go after? Tyler - Free agency is a magical time where destinies are revised, teams once declared non-threats now ...

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  15. Brewers on Deck = Brewerfest?

    The Milwaukee Brewers reworked Brewers on Deck this year. It will now be held in January instead of the week before the season. It will also be at the Midwest Airlines Center instead of Miller Park...

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  16. RFB Offseason Roundtable - Long Term Deal?

    This Week’s Topic: The Brewers locked up the amazing Ryan Braun to a long-term deal last year. If you were the GM, which young player would you want to lock up long term next? Jared - If I were the GM, I’d offer J...

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  17. Unpopular Opinions: Penny, Hinske, Pavano

    Most every Brewer fan would like seeing CC Sabathia back in Milwaukee. Some see an actual possibility for the Brewers to trade Rickie Weeks for Garrett Atkins after trading Prince Fielder for Phillip Hughes and Robinson Cano...

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  18. Trade Post: Sixto Lezcano

    On Dec. 12, 1980 the Milwaukee Brewers executed what will go down as one of the more lopsided trades in baseball history, and one of the few pre-Doug Melvin era barterings that found Milwaukee benefiting significantly...

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  19. Willie Randolph Named Bench Coach

    Macha and the Brewers have officially named Willie Randolph their bench coach. This could be Doug Melvin’s coaching fantasy come true since he wanted both coaches 6 years ago and this offseason...

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  20. A Cute Little Pre-Weekend RFB Post

    For those rightfully wondering, Right Field Bleachers is in fact still an active Brewers fan site - with writers even! To prove it, here’s a post...

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  21. Trade Post: Jeff Cirillo

    Jeffrey Howard Cirillo is a name that will live on forever in Brewers lore. Though not a Yount, Molitor or Cooper, Cirillo is a working class hero, a homegrown phenomenon who epitomized the essentials – moxie, grit, and blue collar work ethic...

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  22. 50 Things for a Bored Brewers Fan to Do in the Winter

    The season’s over and you may be asking yourself “Oh Lawd, however will I pass the time?” Fear not, I have come up with a list of 50 things you could do during the offseason: ...

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  23. Lunch Break Quickie: Cameron, Maddux, Sabathia, Counsell

    - On the last day to do so, the Brewers have decided to exercise outfielder Mike Cameron’s $10 M option for the 2009 season: Cameron is now one of the highest compensated players ...

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  24. RFB Offseason Roundtable: Reaction to Ken Macha

    This Week’s Topic: What is your initial reaction to the hiring of Ken Macha as Brewers Manager? Joe I like the managerial signing of Ken Macha...

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  25. Brewers to Name Ken Macha New Skipper Today

    As Tom Haudricourt, our own Jared, and pretty much every other butterface in and around baseball has predicted, the Milwaukee Brewers are set to name Ken Macha the club’s newest manager in a 2 p...

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