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No One is Safe on the Brewers Roster

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A report came out yesterday that the Milwaukee Brewers are open to moving "virtually any player" on their roster, according to Ken Rosenthal. The Brewers just lost their manager Craig Counsell to the Cubs, and they're still looking for their next manager for 2024 and beyond.


The Brewers have always been in the mix for the playoffs, but they can never finish the job and win the World Series. This past year, the Brewers won the NL Central. They faced the Diamondbacks in the playoffs, and got swept in the Wild Card round.


The Brewers have many players that a lot of teams would want. Such as, RHP Corbin Burnes, RHP Freddy Peralta, RHP Adrian Houser, RHP Devin Williams, and many other players. If the Brewers do decide to trade some of their players, it's most definitely going to be one of the top storylines of this year's offseason.

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