Travis Ishikawa Elects Free Agency

Brewers first baseman Travis Ishikawa has elected free agency, according to our own Ben Nicholson-Smith (via Twitter).  Ishikawa was outrighted off of Milwaukee’s 40-man roster yesterday.

The 29-year old played in 94 games for the Brewers last season and posted a batting line of .257/.329/.428 with four homers.  In parts of five big league seasons, Ishikawa has hit .264/.328/.405 for the Giants and Brewers.

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2 years 9 months ago

He’d definitely be a lower tier starting 1B, but he’s always been a bit underrated overall. He plays great defense at 1B and can play an adequate LF. As a lefty bench bat, especially on a team that starts a right handed hitter in LF or at 1B, he’d be pretty useful.