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Brewers Sign Lefty Boone Logan To One-Year Deal With Club Option

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The Milwaukee Brewers and left-handed reliever Boone Logan officially finalized a one-year deal on Wednesday after the two sides agreed to terms on January 5 pending a physical.

Logan’s one-year deal is worth a guaranteed $2.5 million. MLB.com’s Adam McCalvy reported per a source that Logan will make $1.875 million in 2018, followed by a 2019 club option of $4.125 million that includes a $625,000 buyout; there’s also $3.25 million in incentives each (potential) year for innings and appearances.

Logan, 33, is a 12-year Major League veteran who’s pitched for five teams. He has a 4.47 career ERA in 619 games- all coming in relief.

The 6’5” southpaw has a 3.91 ERA since 2010, after his first four years (2006-09) saw him post a 5.78 clip. Logan’s best years were with the New York Yankees from 2010-13, as he posted a 3.38 ERA in 256 games.

Logan spent an injury-shortened 2017 for the Cleveland Indians, posting a 4.71 ERA in 38 games spanning 21 innings. The previous year, he posted a 3.69 ERA in 66 games for the Colorado Rockies.

 

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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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