Milwaukee Brewers Can’t Repeat Last Year’s Offseason Mistakes

Posted: 6th October 2009 by Jordan Schelling in MLB
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In case you missed it amid all the hype surrounding last night's football game, the Milwaukee Brewers made a couple of big, if not surprising, moves Monday. Immediately following a disappointing 80-82 season that everyone saw coming, the Brew Crew agreed to a one-year, $8 million contract with closer Trevor Hoffman. General manager Doug Melvin also announced they would keep manager Ken Macha for 2010. Does that not just make you want to run out in the streets and celebrate?!? I mean, what better way to start the most important offseason of MelvinÆs career in Milwaukee than to re-sign an aging closer and confirm he will keep the leagueÆs most boring manager? If that doesn't make fans want to buy season tickets, I don't know what will. In all honesty, Hoffman had a phenomenal year in 2009 ...

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