Right-hander Josh Lindblom, who went 20-3 with a 2.50 ERA pitching in South Korea this past season, has agreed to a three-year deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, sources tell ESPN's Jeff Passan.
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Jeff Passan ESPN
Right-handed Josh Lindblom is in agreement on a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, sources familiar with it tell ESPN.
The agreement is for about $500,000 less than the lefty was projected to earn if the Brewers had allowed him to become eligible for salary arbitration.
Tyler Barnes of the Milwaukee Brewers won the Robert O. Fishel Award for public relations excellence in the major leagues, announced Monday on the first day of the winter meetings.
Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
Brewers fans concerned about the composition of their team's 2020 starting rotation may have to be patient. General manager David Stearns said today, "Frankly, at this point right now we don't think too much about that. We try to get through the progression of the off-season and as we get closer to spring training, we worry exactly what our starting rotation will look like, at that point. We've got a bunch of pitchers returning who have starting experience."
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William Weinbaum ESPN
The Hall of Fame Modern Baseball Era (1970-87) committee elected Marvin Miller & Ted Simmons to the HoF Sunday (8 fell short: Dwight Evans, Steve Garvey, Tommy John, Don Mattingly, Thurman Munson, Dale Murphy, Dave Parker & Lou Whitaker). BBWAA voting will be announced 1/21 & answer 2 questions: will the writers make Derek Jeter a unanimous pick & will anyone else be elected?
Right-hander Junior Guerra has reached agreement with the Diamondbacks on a one-year contract, a source confirmed to ESPN.
The Brewers have signed outfielder Keon Broxton after trading him a year ago.
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The Brewers filled their need at catcher Thursday by trading for Omar Narvaez with the Mariners on Thursday for a prospect and a competitive balance draft pick.
William Weinbaum ESPN
The Twins announced plans Wed. to increase the length & height of Target Field's safety netting, becoming the 14th team to install or commit to extensions since a toddler's 5/29 head injury on a foul liner in Houston. They join the Astros, Braves, Brewers, Chisox, D-backs, Dodgers, Jays, Nats, O's, Phils, Pirates, Rangers & Royals.
With the MLB Hot Stove already cookin', Buster and Bob Nightengale discuss possible landing spots for the biggest names left in free agency. Plus, a special offseason "Hembo Knows" (22:13) and some Bleacher Tweets with a Texas twist (33:21).
Kris Bryant to Cincy? Anthony Rendon on the Rangers? We dream up a major hot stove splash for every squad.
Mookie. Lindor. Arenado? We examine the stars who will (or should) be in offseason trade talks.
Teams looking to avoid arbitration added a few veterans to the free-agent pool, but some exploited Monday's moves to shore up their rosters.
The Milwaukee Brewers did not tender a contract to infielder Travis Shaw, making him a free agent.
San Diego shipped infielder Luis Urias to Milwaukee for outfielder Trent Grisham in a pre-Thanksgiving deal with upside for both teams.
The Brewers have acquired Luis Urias and Eric Lauer from the Padres for Trent Grisham and Zach Davies. They also signed lefty reliever Drew Pomeranz to a four-year deal, sources said.
Catcher Yasmani Grandal, who posted career highs in homers (28) and RBIs (77) for the Brewers last season while earning his second All-Star selection, has reached a four-year, $73 million deal with the White Sox.
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