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Noah Syndergaard Strikes Out Eight Consecutive Brewers

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When healthy, New York Mets flamethrower Noah Syndergaard is one of the most electric pitchers in all of baseball.

On Sunday against the Milwaukee Brewers, Syndergaard displayed why, as he struck out eight consecutive batters between the second and fourth innings (outs 5-12).

Syndergaard’s victims in order were Orlando Arcia, Jett Bandy, Jhoulys Chacin, Jonathan Villar, Eric Thames, Lorenzo Cain, Travis Shaw, and Domingo Santana; Villar was the only one to go down looking.

The 6’6” righty struck out 11 hitters on the afternoon in 5 1/3 innings.

Syndergaard fell two strikeouts shy of tying Tom Seaver’s franchise and Major League record of 10 straight Ks.

Through four starts this season, Syndergaard is 2-0 with a 2.95 ERA and 33 strikeouts.

If Syndergaard is able to remain healthy this season (he was limited to just seven starts in 2017), expect him to be right in the mix for National League Cy Young contention as the end of the year approaches.

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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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Brewers Sign Jake Petricka

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The Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to terms on a split, major league contract with free agent right hander Jake Petricka, according to The Athletic’s Robert Murray.

Petricka, 30, will hold a spot on the 40-man roster as part of the new deal, which is pending a physical.

Petricka pitched the to tune of a 4.53 ERA over 45 2/3 innings last season with the Toronto Blue Jays.

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