What's left for Boras' top free agents?
Brewers owner Mark Attanasio; the two negotiated a three-year, $33 million contract for free-agent right-hander Kyle Lohse on March 25, 2013. That deal only reinforced the notion that it’s foolish to bet against Boras. I’ve learned
Fantasy Baseball Team Preview: Milwaukee Brewers
the pan season or did he just hit a rough patch in 2014? Only time will tell. Projected Rotation 1. Matt Garza 2. Kyle Lohse 3. Wily Peralta 4. Mike Fiers 5. Jimmy Nelson Closer: Jonathan Broxton Sadly, this team seems to be lacking an ace
End of an ERA
in the cold after all the money had been spent, while Kyle Lohse played the role the year before that. For a comparison ..... each of those three pitchers. Pitcher Innings ERA FIP Kyle Lohse 211 2.86 3.51 Ervin Santana 211 3.24 3.93 James
'Jimmy's time': Brewers, Nelson feel pitcher is ready for rotation
pitching depth. Trading Gallardo to Texas eliminated it completely. Outside of the projected rotation of Matt Garza, Kyle Lohse , Wily Peralta, Mike Fiers and Nelson, only Johnny Hellweg (recovering from Tommy John surgery) has big-league
What makes a great curveball?
Hoover 32% 5% -3.57 John Danks 32% 6% -3.26 Jason Vargas 41% 3% -3.20 Max Scherzer 26% 8% -3.20 Kyle Lohse 40% 5% -2.83 Eric Stults 38% 6% -2.69 Jeremy Guthrie 44% 4% -2.67 Since velocity is so important for whiffs
Twins, Duensing agree to $2.7M, 1-year deal
raise from $2 million to $3.1 million. Minnesota offered $2.4 million. Duensing was also honored by the Twins this week for his work in the community. The Twins have not gone to arbitration with a player since Kyle Lohse in 2006.
Brewers committed to Jimmy Nelson, so scratch Jordan Zimmermann
told me: "Jimmy Nelson is in the rotation." OK, then. So, it appears the Brewers will enter the 2015 season with Kyle Lohse , Matt Garza, Wily Peralta, Mike Fiers and Nelson. No Zimmermann. No James Shields, either. While the Brewers most
Fear not, Packers fans — the Jordan Zimmermann watch is upon us!
to sign Zimmermann than you might think. Not including Gallardo, the Brewers have five players — Aramis Ramirez, Kyle Lohse , Jonathan Broxton, Adam Lind, and Gerardo Parra — earning just shy of $50 million combined in salary this year
Lohse throws 2-hitter against Reds
Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse reacts to the 5-0 shutout win against the Cincinnati Reds.
Brewers lose in extras to Cardinals
Ron Roenicke discusses the play of Kyle Lohse after the loss to the Cardinals.