Milwaukee Brewers

The Boston Red Sox have had a rough offseason. The latest news concerning the Red Sox is in relation to the contract that Brock Holt signed with the Milwaukee Brewers. Holt, a team leader who had spent almost all of his major league career with the Red Sox, left the team in free agency, but it wasn’t because he wanted to leave.
Author: NBC Sports Boston
Posted: February 21, 2020, 5:15 am
Pat Murphy tends to say things twice, back to back like that, a habit maybe from the decades of coaching and the reasonable assumption the first noise gets their attention and the second is more apt to sink in. It has not been a long run for the pitchers. It has not been a run at all.
Author: Yahoo Sports
Posted: February 20, 2020, 11:46 pm
Miami Marlins first baseman Jesus Aguilar and Houston Astros infielder Aledmys Diaz were among three players to win their arbitration cases Wednesday. Los Angeles Angels outfielder Brian Goodwin was also victorious, bringing the number of players to succeed in having their salary demands for 2020 met to four. The teams have won six arbitration cases thus far.
Author: Reuters
Posted: February 20, 2020, 4:12 am
Brock Holt has left the Boston Red Sox, but it certainly doesn’t seem like he wanted to. The super-utility player became a free agent and the Red Sox opted not to re-sign him as they looked to cut costs ahead of the 2020 season. So, Holt, who turns 32 in June, lingered for a while on the free-agent market after seven seasons with the Red Sox before ultimately agreeing to a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday.
Author: NBC Sports Boston
Posted: February 20, 2020, 1:23 am
The Boston Red Sox suffered a big loss when it was announced that Brock Holt would be signing with the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night. There’s no doubt that the Red Sox will miss Holt on and off the field. LIVE stream the Celtics all season and get the latest news and analysis on all of your teams from NBC Sports Boston by downloading the My Teams App.
Author: NBC Sports Boston
Posted: February 19, 2020, 11:27 pm
The Boston Red Sox made an unexpected managerial switch this offseason in the wake of allegations of sign-stealing against Alex Cora during his time with Houston Astros and Red Sox. While moving on from Cora, who helped the team win a World Series in his first year, 2018, wasn’t ideal, the Red Sox had a viable, experienced managerial candidate available to take over for him. Roenicke is a long-time MLB veteran who worked with Mike Scioscia as part of the Los Angeles Angels and later would go onto manage the Milwaukee Brewers.
Author: NBC Sports Boston
Posted: February 19, 2020, 9:54 pm