Reliever Jeremy Jeffress, now with the Brewers, pleaded guilty to a DWI charge from 2016 and was sentenced to three days in jail. Jeffress won't serve additional jail time as the judge gave him credit for time already served.
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Some elite clubs have their rotations locked down, but other October hopefuls are a starting pitcher away from serious contention.
Yu Darvish is right for Wrigley, while J.D. Martinez might want to think twice about Boston. With big names still available, here is the best fit for each free agent.
From top-flight starting rotations, bullpens and defenses to lineups that won't quit, there are only a handful of teams in it to win it in 2018.
The Milwaukee Brewers have avoided arbitration with all of their eligible players after reaching one-year agreements with pitchers Jimmy Nelson and Corey Knebel, as well as infielders Jonathan Villar and Hernan Perez.
Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton put the Big in the Big Apple. Is it a clown question to ask if both rank ahead of Bryce Harper in right field?
Reliever Boone Logan, who was 1-0 with a 4.71 ERA with the Cleveland Indians last year, and the Milwaukee Brewers have finalized a $2.5 million, one-year contract.
The best player in the game would have been a free agent had he not signed an extension in 2014. What if he were available this winter? Buckle your seat belts, baseball fans. Here's the sizzling hot stove we can now only dream of.
Sophia Minnaert of Fox Sports Wisconsin joins Homer and Gabe to discuss how the Bucks' performance can fluctuate so much, as well as a quick look at the Brewers' off-season.
These young franchise shortstops have begun a rivalry that will last for years. But who's better?
Starting with guys such as Nolan Arenado and Kris Bryant, third is stocked with top performers, but they can't all be No. 1. And where's Manny Machado?
Big-ticket moves have been few and far between this offseason, but that hasn't stopped some clubs from helping their playoff chances, while others have fallen behind the pack.
The pinstriped flamethrower fell from our fab-five firemen, but the Bombers still managed to pack the list this year.
Now that we've laid out the criteria for what makes a baseball season memorable, we put 2017 to the test.
From the very first World Series to the Cubs' first title in more than a century, we look back through the lens of history to list the stories, teams, players and plays that made their mark on MLB forever.
Righty reliever Jared Hughes, who has spent most of his time in the majors with the Pirates, will join the Reds next season.
Baseball's elite teams are in a class of their own right now. Here's what the next seven teams need to do to catch the top tier.
He's one of the few star hitters on the free-agent market, but the list of teams in need of a franchise first baseman is shrinking fast. Through the process of elimination, we found the best fits for Hosmer's services are ...
Free-agent starter Jhoulys Chacin, who pitched for the Padres last season, has reached agreement with the Brewers on a two-year contract.
Right-hander Yovani Gallardo is returning to the team he began his major league career with, as he has agreed to a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, according to reports.
While Shohei Ohtani and the Marlins' sell-off have dominated the headlines, some under-the-radar moves have helped teams drastically change their postseason odds.
The Mets added a piece to the bullpen, agreeing to a two-year deal with right-handed reliever Anthony Swarzak.
Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer
Brewers outfielder Domingo Santana, whose name has been mentioned in trade speculation, is attracting mixed reviews. Santana hit 30 home runs and slugged .505 this season. But he struck out 178 times, is a below average outfield defender and is about to get more expensive in salary arbitration. One competing executive said the Brewers are trying to "sell high" on Santana. They haven't gotten any bites yet.
Fox Sports Wisconsin's Sophia Minnaert joins Bryan & Dan to discuss the Bucks' recent success, nasty Giannis dunks, and the Brewers' potential activity at the Winter Meetings.
Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer
Domingo Santana's name has been mentioned in trade speculation, but it won't be easy for the Brewers to take the plunge. Santana hit 30 home runs this year for the bargain basement price of $542,000, and the Brewers aren't necessarily convinced that young outfielders Lewis Brinson and Brett Phillips can pick up the slack. Milwaukee is going to want a young, controllable, innings-eating starter in return, and not many teams are willing to part with that commodity.