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Brewers Sign Chase Anderson To Contract Extension

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The Milwaukee Brewer announced that they have signed right hander Chase Anderson to a 2-year deal that runs through the 2019 season and contains club options for the 2020 and 2021 seasons.

Anderson will be guaranteed $11.75M over the two guaranteed years of the deal, according to FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman.

Brewers GM David Stearns made the following statement about signing Anderson.

“Signing Chase to a multi-year contract furthers our strategy to acquire, develop and retain talent throughout our organization.

Chase’s 2017 performance elevated his stature in the game and demonstrated that he has the capability to lead a rotation.

Since he arrived in Milwaukee, Chase has been a model contributor to our community both on and off the field. We are happy for him and his family and look forward to Chase’s contributions for years to come.”

Anderson posted a 2.74 ERA, 8.5 K/9, 2.6 BB/9 and a 39.2 percent ground-ball rate in 141 1/3 innings this season.

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Brewers Acquire David Freitas From Mariners

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The Milwaukee Brewers have acquired catcher David Freitas from the Seattle Mariners, according to an official team announcement.

The Mariners will receiver minor-league pitcher Sal Biasi as part of the deal.

Freitas will immediately report to Triple-A after appearing in 36 games with the Mariners last season.

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Brewers Re-Sign Mike Moustakas

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The Milwaukee Brewers have officially re-signed third baseman Mike Moustakas to a one-year deal, according to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal.

According to USA Today’s Bob Nightengale, the deal will earn Moustakas $10 million and includes a $3 million buyout along with a $11 million mutual option for 2020.

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Brewers Sign Yasmani Grandal

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The Milwaukee Brewers have signed free agent catcher Yasmani Grandal to a one-year deal, according to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal.

Grandal had a standing four-year offer from the New York Mets, but opted to land in Milwaukee on a one-year pact.

While Grandal had a nightmare postseason, he still presents a much needed upgrade for the Brewers backstop depth.

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