MLB.com's Adam McCalvy answers reader questions in his latest Inbox column. First among them was a query if Milwaukee was finished making player moves for the winter.
McCalvy writes, "Not likely, because everything points to a Mark Mulder signing, and I think [GM Doug] Melvin will remain on the lookout for starting pitchers available in cost-neutral trades, bench players on the free-agent market and pitchers in general for depth."
The statement is interesting for two reasons. For one thing, this reinforces previous reports that the Brewers are the likely destination for Mulder, despite appearing to have five starters already in place. It also means that any free agent additions from here on out are likely to be on the inexpensive side.
McCalvy also weighs in on the overall 2010 roster, the batting lineup and even the Miller Park grass.