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Brewers Acquire Brad Miler From Rays For Ji-Man Choi

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The Milwaukee Brewers have acquired infielder Brad Miller and cash from the Tampa Bay Rays for first baseman/outfielder Ji-Man Cho on Sunday.

Miller was hitting .256 with five home runs and 21 RBIs in 48 games for the Rays this season, while Choi is hitting .233 with 2 homers and 5 RBIs in 12 games for Milwaukee.

Per the terms of the deal, Tampa Bay will send Milwaukee $2,209,677 which will offset all but $500,000 of the $2,709,677 remaining in Miller’s $4.5 million salary this year.

“At this point we thought that the positional versatility and the infield experience that Miller brings would be helpful,” Brewers general manager David Stearns said, according to the Journal Sentinel. “He will head to Triple A, and when we have a need, I’m sure he will be ready to contribute.”

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Brewers Acquire Drew Pomeranz, Ray Black

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The Milwaukee Brewers have acquired right hander Ray Black and lefty Drew Pomeranz.

According to The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal, Milwaukee landed Pomeranz from the San Francisco Giants in exchange for prospect Mauricio Dubon.

Dubon is considered to be major league ready, so this is a good return for the Giants.

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Brewers Discussing Trade for Will Smith

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The Milwaukee Brewers and San Francisco Giants have been in talks regarding a trade that would send left hander Will Smith back the Brewers, according to The Athletic’s Robert Murray.

Per the report, the Giants are interested in second base prospect Mauricio Dubon.

Smith has had a solid season in 2019, pitching to an impressive 2.17 ERA.

No deal is close as of this writing.

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Astros, Brewers Interested in Noah Syndergaard

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New York Mets starter Noah Syndergaard is drawing some interest as the trade deadline approaches.

According to MLB.com’s Jon Morosi, the Houston Astros and the Milwaukee Brewers are two teams that are monitoring Syndergaard as the deadline approaches.

The MLB trade deadline is July 31st.

Per the report, the Mets “aren’t soliciting offers,” and the cost “would have to be high” if they were to move Syndergaard.

Syndergaard, 26, has struggled this season, but a change of scenery may get him back on track. So far this season, he has posted a 4.68 ERA, but has showed ace potential in the past. 

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