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Brewers Make Surprising Move With One of Their SP

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The Milwaukee Brewers announced yesterday that they non-tendered starting pitcher, Brandon Woodruff making him a free agent this year. The Brewers drafted Brandon Woodruff back in 2014. He was one of the longest tenured players for the Brewers, so this is a pretty surprising move.


Although Brandon Woodruff is expected to miss the 2024 season, if a team signs him to a two or three year deal, it would still be a good signing. Brandon Woodruff is a two-time all-star, and has always been a good starting pitcher.


There's no doubt that Brandon Woodruff is going to be picked up and will have a lot of interest. There's a lot of teams looking to add starting pitching this offseason, and he will be a free agent at the perfect time.

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