A Brewers infielder avoids arbitration
The Milwaukee Brewers are busy making moves this offseason. The team has unloaded some pricy contracts to bring in prospects. They’re switching around their pitching rotation. There are still a lot of possibilities about what they do with some key pieces of the roster. On Thursday, the team announced they had signed a Brewers infielder to a one-year contract.
According to a statement by the Brewers, Mike Brosseau has been signed by the club to a one-year contract. The deal assures that Brosseau will miss arbitration.
INF Mike Brosseau signed a 1-year contract, avoiding arbitration. pic.twitter.com/1KyAZvcIQm
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) December 1, 2022
The Brewers received Brosseau in a trade last offseason with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. The Rays received right-handed pitcher Evan Reifert in return. Brosseau played in 69 games for the Brewers in 2022. Brosseau missed some time on the injured list with a sprained right ankle last season. The Brewers infielder had a .255 batting average and hit six home runs for the Brewers in 2022. The move keeps depth in the infield amid speculation that second baseman Kolten Wong will be traded this offseason.