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I made the mistake of logging in today and sure enough, there was news that needed to be posted. The Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to terms with former Cardinal pitcher Jeff Suppan. The deal is reportedly worth $42 million over 4 years and includes an optional 5th year or a buyout for $2 million.
Suppan started off last year poorly but had a fantastic second half posting a 2.39 ERA after the All Star Break. The durable right handed veteran then put together a terrific post season performance, highlighted by being named the MVP of the NLCS.
It had been assumed that Suppan would wait to sign until after Barry Zito had been signed, however, the Brewers offer was apparently enough to prompt the pitcher into action.
Merry Christmas everyone!
Just finishing up some odds and ends from last weekend (which I spent half of eating, the other half sleeping) so firgive me if this is old news to you. On Saturday, the Milwaukee Brewers and Arizona Diamondbacks put the finishing touches on the biggest trade thus far this offseason.
MLB.com is reporting that "Milwaukee received former All-Star catcher Johnny Estrada, right-handed
starter Claudio Vargas and right-handed reliever Greg Aquino for steady
left-handed starter Doug Davis and a pair of prospects, lefty Dana
Eveland and outfielder David Krynzel." Estrada batted .302 last year for the D’backs, Vargas went 12-10 with a 4.83 ERA, and Aquino compiled a 4.47 ERA in 42 relief appearances. On the flip side, Davis pitched 200 innings going 11-11 with a 4.91 ERA, Eveland had a rough strech with an ERA above 8 in 5 starts and 9 appearances, and Krynzel spent the year in the minors.
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