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2020 Schedule
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Dodgers acquire reliever Knebel from Brewers

In a Wednesday deal, the Los Angeles Dodgers will send a player to be named later or cash considerations to the Milwaukee Brewers for former All-Star reliever Corey Knebel.

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16d

Brewers promote Arnold to general manager

The Brewers have promoted Matt Arnold to senior vice president and general manager, a move president of baseball operations David Stearns says "formalizes how we have operated over the last few years."

22d

BBTN: Steve Gelbs on a new era for the Mets, Jeff Passan on the non-tender date and Hembo on why the writers got the MVPs wrong

SNY’s Steve Gelbs joins Buster to discuss new Mets owners Steve Cohen declaring war on the NL East, the excitement level of Mets fans and who the team could land in free agency with its new resources (6:40). Then, Jeff Passan stops by to talk about Devin Williams winning NL Rookie of the Year, the non-tender date being a ticking time bomb, which teams are going to spend money this winter and the Phillies confusing front office situation (14:29). Plus, Hembo on why he thinks the writers got the MVPs wrong (39:10).

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31d

Longtime Brewers coach moves to advisory role

After working as a Brewers first-base or third-base coach for the past 14 seasons, Ed Sedar is moving into a new role as an adviser to the team's coaching staff.

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33d

Betts, deGrom among finalists for MLB awards

Mets ace Jacob deGrom is going for his third consecutive NL Cy Young Award, and Dodgers outfielder Mookie Betts could become the second player to win the MVP award in each league. The top three finishers for each BBWAA award were revealed Monday.

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37d

Veteran Braun's $15M option declined by Brewers

The Brewers have declined to exercise a $15 million mutual 2021 option on veteran outfielder Ryan Braun as the franchise's career home run leader ponders whether to continue playing.

60d

BBTN: David Schoenfield talks about the Yankees raking, the Rays' bullpen management and Theo Epstein signaling his time with the Cubs is nearly done. Plus, Hembo previews the NLDS

David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss Theo Epstein signaling he’s in the twilight of his time with the Cubs, the Brewers cutting payroll, the Yankees raking through three playoff games, the Rays’ bullpen management, Deivi García starting for New York in game two, Houston’s bullpen bouncing back and Fernando Tatis Jr. vs. the Dodgers’ pitching (11:57). Later, Hembo drops by to talk about major offseason changes looming for the Cubs, Marlins-Braves, Padres-Dodgers and what kind of GM he’d like to see with the Phillies (28:17).

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61d

GM: Brewers may have to trim payroll next year

Brewers general manager David Stearns says the team might not be able to maintain its 2020 payroll due to financial hardships brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs24726th
Batting Average.22326th
On Base Percentage.31321st
Slugging Percentage.38923rd
Earned Run Average4.1611th
Quality Starts0Tied-21st
WHIP1.239th
BAA.2296th