The ink was hardly dry on his contract with Milwaukee when Yasmani Grandal started reaching out to as many new teammates as possible, scheduling bullpen sessions with pitchers ready to work off the mound, and talking strategy with those that weren't.
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Free agent third baseman Mike Moustakas is headed back to the Milwaukee Brewers on a 1-year deal - The Athletic. The contract is worth nearly $9 million, a source told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Free-agent third baseman Mike Moustakas is returning to the Brewers on a one-year contract, a source confirmed to ESPN.
These under-the-radar players could open some eyes during spring training and make some noise in the majors before the year is out.
We start our position-by-position tiers at catcher, where franchise performers aren't exactly easy to come by in 2019.
From big names with something to prove to young stars to get to know, here's what you'll want to keep an eye on during spring training.
Infielder Brett Lawrie, who spent six seasons in the majors before being released by the White Sox in March 2017, has been signed by the Brewers, he said on Instagram.
The Reds boast top-tier talent and the Pirates have several prospects on the way, while the Cubs, Cardinals and Brewers are all reloading their systems.
Josh Tomlin and the Brewers have agreed to a minor league contract that could result in the right-hander making $1.25 million plus incentives if he makes the 40-man roster.
We're still waiting for this winter's big free agents to sign, but that didn't stop us from predicting which uniforms they'll be wearing in the Midsummer Classic. Who else makes our star-studded squads?
The Padres have top prospect Fernando Tatis Jr., but how much young talent is behind him? And how does your team's prospect pool rate?
From washed-up stars to guys who've never lived up to their paychecks and one slugger who is out of baseball, we examine MLB's biggest money mistakes.
Spring training is almost here. Check out reporting dates for teams in Florida and Arizona, including the defending champion Red Sox.
With baseball enjoying a surge in young talent, we look at which up-and-comers should be part of the next wave.
From the superteams to the surprises that surged into October, history tells us somebody won't make it back. We examine who will be left out.
At age 35, Brewers slugger Ryan Braun is doing something he's never done: changing his swing. And to do that, he's been using analytics.
The Milwaukee Brewers promoted general manager David Stearns to president of baseball operations and extended his contract Wednesday.
Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
The Brewers have announced contract extensions and promotions for two key members of the front office that's been so successful in getting Milwaukee back into the postseason. David Stearns will now hold the title of President -- Baseball Operations and General Manager, while Rick Schlesinger is now President -- Business Operations.
The Brewers' Miller Park will take on a new name in 2021, when American Family Insurance will take over stadium naming rights from MillerCoors.
Even the best clubs -- yes, even the world champs -- have an Achilles' heel. Here are MLB's most glaring weaknesses, and what's being done, if anything, to address them.
The Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to a $5,125,000 deal for 2019 with reliever Corey Knebel.
The Milwaukee Brewers took advantage of an ice-cold hot-stove season last winter to become the rare team to win in the offseason and in the regular...
How their GM approaches the market helped small-market Milwaukee pull off another winter coup.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
The Brewers entered the offseason with three glaring holes on offense: Shortstop, second base and catcher. They'll live with Orlando Arcia at short because of his glove, but the reported one-year, $18.25 million deal with Yasmani Grandal will give them a huge boost at catcher and could prove to be one of the best signings of the offseason. If they want to upgrade second base, Jed Lowrie and DJ LeMahieu are still on the market. In a competitive NL Central, the Brewers should go all-in and sign one of those two as well (especially if they don't add one more starting pitcher).
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
Milwaukee is a great one-year landing spot for Yasmani Grandal, because of how much of his offensive game is centered upon power. Miller Park was the fifth-best park for home runs from 2014-18, and this is the best power park he has called home in his career BY FAR.