Alex Claudio, who is eligible for salary arbitration after going 4-2 with a 4.48 ERA and one save in 65 appearances for the Rangers last season, was traded to the Brewers.
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Dan Mullen ESPN.com
Thursday at the winter meetings is usually more about flights out of town than trades, but we've now had two this morning in Vegas as reliever Alex Claudio heads to the Brewers from the Rangers. Claudio struggled for most of 2018, but finished the season strong with a 1.80 ERA over his last 11 appearances.
Tom Haudricourt from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel talks to Buster Olney about the Brewers' expected activity at this week's Winter Meetings.
Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer
Via agent Scott Boras, it doesn't sound like Harper, or interested teams, want a shorter term deal for the free agent: "Owners are really after his legacy, they're after building a brand around him, a team around him. I just don't think there is an appetite from ownership for those types of things. And everyone that wants Bryce wants to make sure he's going to be there a long time."
With every team looking to make moves in Las Vegas, here's a forecast of big trades and signings for each.
Some front offices have more work to do after deals while others are still plotting their first offseason strike. Here are eight areas that must be addressed by teams with playoff hopes.
Touched by recent tragic events in the area of California they call home, Brewers teammates Christian Yelich, Ryan Braun and Mike Moustakas are raising money to help those affected.
After hitting .202 with four homers and 21 RBIs in 46 games after the Brewers traded for him, the team made Jonathan Schoop a free agent by failing to offer a contract for 2019.
While this winter's crop searches for new homes, we look ahead to the big decisions that loom for some of the game's top stars -- Nolan Arenado, Chris Sale, Paul Goldschmidt and Gerrit Cole among them.
On July 9, a Marine famously dunked a home run ball into his drink and chugged away. But how the ball got there in the first place is far more interesting.
Outfielder Curtis Granderson was voted Marvin Miller Man of the Year for the third time as part of the players' association's Players Choice Awards. Boston's J.D. Martinez was voted Player of the Year, with Mookie Betts and Christian Yelich also honored.
Catcher Erik Kratz avoided salary arbitration with the Brewers by agreeing to a one-year contract Tuesday.
Your favorite team probably isn't going to get Bryce Harper or Manny Machado. But another move -- maybe for a top pitcher -- could make all the difference this winter.
The Brewers have rounded out manager Craig Counsell's staff, bringing in Steve Karsay as bullpen coach to work with new pitching coach Chris Hook.
Brewers slugger Christian Yelich topped fellow finalists Nolan Arenado of the Rockies and Javier Baez of the Cubs for the National League MVP award Thursday.
Christina Kahrl MLB Staff Writer
Traded to Milwaukee last winter, Christian Yelich helped bring the Brewers to the postseason with an NL Central title in his first 30-homer season and the NL batting title. Now voters have rewarded his breakout season with the NL MVP award, giving him 29 of 30 first-place votes.
The ex-Marlins outfielder's first year in Milwaukee couldn't have gone much better, from his MVP-caliber season to his warm embrace by Midwest fans.
Want to make a hot-stove splash? Start with these bold trades and free-agent additions.
Mookie or Trout? Verlander or Snell? DeGrom with just 10 wins?? We break down all the angles in advance of baseball's major award announcements.
After the hardware is handed out this week, here's what comes next for baseball's best players.
Milwaukee seems due for some regression, the Cubs don't figure to throw money at their problems and the Cardinals might be looking to add some star power.
The Indians are open to trade offers -- even for their ace. Adding Kluber to one of these clubs could help shift the balance of power in 2019 and beyond.
Cincinnati outfielder Scott Schebler and Texas pitcher Matt Bush just missed the cutoff for salary arbitration eligibility, while Chicago Cubs pitcher Carl Edwards Jr. and Toronto pitcher Joe Biagini earned the final spots.
Bryce? Manny? Both? ... Or steer clear. We examine how every team in baseball should approach a historic pair of free agents.
Shohei Ohtani is a finalist for the AL Rookie of the Year award along with two New York Yankees infielders.