The news that 33-year-old left-hander Randy Wolf has signed a three-year deal with Milwaukee worth $29.75 million broke this morning. ESPN's Buster Olney cited a Major League Baseball source close to the team and player. And so Milwaukee made one of the first more significant pitcher free agent signings this offseason. The urgency Doug Melvin showed in pursuing one of the better pitchers available on the market is easy to understand based on the mediocre performance the Brewers' pitching staff delivered in 2009. The team ranked second-to-last in ERA among all major league clubs fighting for that position with the Baltimore Orioles. The high expectations fans had for the Brewers were shattered soon after the All-Star game, when the rotation lead by Yovani Gallardo started showing sign ...
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