Green Retires, Joins Scouting Department

Infielder Taylor Green, who was ranked among the Brewers top prospects at one point in his career has retired after spending 2015 with Milwaukee’s Double-A affiliate Biloxi and will be joining the Brewers scouting department. Green, 29, was a 25th round draft choice by the Brewers out of high school in 2005. He quickly worked…

Pena, Fidel

Fidel Pena Signs Minor League Contract

The Brewers continued to add depth to their farm system, signing 24-year-old utility man Fidel Pena to a minor league deal reported by Baseball America (h/t Mass Haas at Brewerfan.net). Signed by the Arizona Diamondbacks out of the Dominican Republic as a teenager, Pena spent the past seven seasons in Arizona’s organization, sporting a .266…

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The Next Level: Domingo Santana

In part four of our Next Level series, where we take a look at some of the Brewers young talent who have exhausted their “prospect status” but look to be key contributors at the big league level this season, we head to the outfield where 23-year-old Domingo Santana hopes to earn a spot in Milwaukee’s…

Shortstop Isan Diaz was named the Pioneer Leagues Most Valuable Player in 2015.

David Stearns Weighs In On Trade

Speaking with WTMJ at Brewers On Deck on Sunday, David Stearns weighed in on Saturday’s trade of infielder Jean Segura and pitcher Tyler Wagner to Arizona which netted Milwaukee infielder Isan Diaz, pitcher Chase Anderson and infielder Aaron Hill from the Diamondbacks. According to Stearns, the trade had been in the works for a while,…

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Diaz, Anderson, Hill Acquired from Arizona

The Brewers busy offseason under new General Manager David Stearns continued on Saturday with the team announcing the trade of shortstop Jean Segura and pitcher Tyler Wagner to the Arizona Diamondbacks in exchange for pitcher Chase Anderson and infielders Isan Diaz and Aaron Hill. Anderson, 28, was a ninth round draft choice of the Diamondbacks…

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MLB Pipeline, BP Unveil Prospect Lists

As spring training inches closer, the prospect rankings are starting to roll in. MLB Pipeline released their list of Top 100 prospects in baseball on Friday night while Baseball Prospectus posted their Top 101 earlier in the day. Here’s a look at how the Brewers fared on each list. BASEBALL PROSPECTUS Four Brewers showed up…

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Outfielder Liriano Acquired From Padres

The Brewers continued to re-tool their roster on Thursday, acquiring outfielder Rymer Liriano from the San Diego Padres in exchange for left-handed pitcher Trevor Seidenberger. Liriano, 24, was originally signed by San Diego out of the Dominican Republic in 2007. He made his way up through the Padres organization, entering the 2012 season ranked as…

Pitcher Taylor Jungmann

The Next Level: Taylor Jungmann

We head back to the starting rotation as we continue on with our Next Level series taking a look at some of the Brewers young talent who have exhausted their “prospect status” but look to be key contributors at the big league level this season. We’ve previously looked at pitchers Jimmy Nelson and Michael Blazek…

Burgos, Hiram

Brewers Announce Non-Roster Invitees

16 players received invitations to big league spring training with Milwaukee as the Brewers made official their list of non-roster invitees on Tuesday. The list is highlighted by prospects such as outfielder Brett Phillips and pitcher Josh Hader and includes plenty of veterans names as well, including recent signings such as pitchers Chris Capuano, Pat…

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Capuano. Jimenez Sign Minor League Deals

The Brewers announced a pair of signings on Monday, adding veteran pitchers Chris Capuano and Cesar Jimenez on minor league contracts that include an invite to major league spring training, which begins next month in Maryvale, Arizona. Capuano, a 37-year-old left-hander, spent last season in the New York Yankees organization, making 22 appearances but going…

Villar, Jonathan

The Next Level: Jonathan Villar

We previously covered pitchers Jimmy Nelson and Michael Blazek in our Next Level series where we look at some of the Brewers young talent who have exhausted their “prospect status” but look to be key contributors at the big league level this season. Today we continue by profiling utility infielder Jonathan Villar, who was acquired…