Brewers Rumors: Furcal, Aramis, Barmes, Reyes

Here's the latest on the Brewers, including what's happening at the GM meetings in Milwaukee:

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  1. CyYoungSuppan 4 years ago

    If they stick with Betancourt, I might legit cry. 

    • twenty1thirteen 4 years ago

      Who could blame you? Getting rid of him was the best part of the Greinke trade.

    • LarrySellers 4 years ago

      I would cry too… but then I’d get out the pitchforks and torches and get a mob together heading straight for Doug’s office.

  2. BaseballLogic_Braves 4 years ago

    I think Gaby Sanchez would fit well in Milwaukee. Miami just has to sign a big bopper first.

  3. DT Flush234 4 years ago

    Doubt Furcal will go to the Brewers. They will pursue Reyes or
    Rollins because they have extra cash to pursue bigger FA.

    • SunsetStripper 4 years ago

      Why does everyone think the Brewer’s have money to spend with Fielder’s contract coming off the books?  Don’t you people realize that raises are due to Weeks, Hart, Braun, and Gallardo.  That’s where the $15 mil that Prince made last year is going.  The Brewer’s would be lucky if they got a guy like Furcal.  Hopefully they don’t have to overpay to get him.

      • jessethegreat 4 years ago

        Didn’t Braun just sign a big contract a year or two ago? I say use the savings from Prince to lock up Grienke. 

        • SunsetStripper 4 years ago

          I hope they can extend Greinke.  I have no clue what he would be looking for in an extension.  Maybe 5/80? 

      • nictonjr 4 years ago

        They did draw almost 300,000 more fans this year than last.  That would have to help payroll increase some…

  4. ophaq2 4 years ago

    Bye Aramis.  I’ll enjoy watching you lollygag for another team and get paid well to do it.  I don’t think you’re worth a squirt of piss.

    • mlbfanwi 4 years ago

      How quick you forget.   He was one of the best players for the Cubs for just under a decade.

  5. lefty177 4 years ago

    He hasn’t given up but he appears to have moved on…huh?? Is his favorite song Hot N’ Cold by Katy Perry or something?

  6. rockfordone 4 years ago

    What did Fielder make last year? 17M?? add 3M and sign him for 3 years. Not much a market out there

    • CaseyBlakeDeWitt 4 years ago

      Prince’s big thing is that you’re getting him in his prime. If you sign him for only 3 years, he’s going to expect a much higher rate annually, since he’s giving up the big upside to signing him to a long-term deal.

    • SunsetStripper 4 years ago

      He made $15.5 last year.  You’re dreaming if you think he’ll sign for 3/60.  Go back to your little fantasy land.

    • CyYoungSuppan 4 years ago

      He already turned down a 5/100 from the Brewers.  Why would he even consider a contract for less years and the same money? 

  7. Not to mention they would like to lock of Greinke or possibly Marcum… and need to.

  8. LarrySellers 4 years ago

    No way either of those guys get traded.

  9. bobskube 4 years ago

    Yeah, they’re not untouchable by any stretch.  If the Marlins accepted Fiers and another prospect for Sanchez, I’d do the happy dance.  Problem is they won’t.

  10. Thornburg or Fiers alone are not enough to get Sanchez, though they do want pitching.  Neither Thornburg nor Fiers are untouchable.  If they somehow get Pujols in Miami, then they will have Pujols, Sanchez, Morrison who can play 1B and they are more interested in trading Morrison.  Nonetheless, Sanchez does not have the upside and that Morrison does given age and power.

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