The Reds have Joey Votto, but not much else. David Schoenfield kicks off his pre-spring training rankings with a look at MLB's likely bottom-feeders.
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Orlando Arcia No. 10 prospect in 2016
An above-average defender at shortstop with pop at the plate, Arcia headlines Milwaukee's bundle of four total youngsters in Keith Law's top 100. Law: Top 100 prospects (Insider)
Brewers farm system cracks top five
Shrewd trades and a strong 2015 draft class vaulted one of the majors' worst farm systems two years ago into the top five. Ranking all 30 farm systems (Insider)
Aaron Hill on board with Brewers rebuild
Surprisingly, the veteran infielder wasn't disappointed over the trade that sent him from contending Arizona to rebuilding Milwaukee. MLB rumors roundup
Former MLB boss Bud Selig has landed a teaching job as O'Connor distinguished professor of sports in America at Arizona State's law school in Tempe.
The latest on Jonathan Lucroy
It was rumored over the weekend that trade talks could be brewing for Lucroy, but Brewers GM David Stearns is reportedly saying otherwise. MLB rumors roundup
Keep an eye on Ryan Braun
Braun was shut down late last year with a back injury and underwent surgery early in the offseason. The 32-year-old said himself that he won't be 100 percent by spring training, where swinging a bat will be the real test. Bell: Injury comebacks to watch
Today's roundup looks at the odds of the Brewers dealing Jonathan Lucroy. Plus notes on Desmond Jennings, Chase Utley and the Reds' LF competition.
Braun making progress from back surgery
Ryan Braun said at the Brewers' fan fest that he's a couple of weeks behind his usual offseason routine because of offseason back surgery but expects to be 100 percent by the start of the regular season. Braun said he just started swinging a bat last week.
Brewers slugger Ryan Braun hopes to be 100 percent healthy when the regular season starts, and he is also embracing Milwaukee's youth movement.
Keith Law analyzes Saturday's five-player trade -- highlighted by Jean Segura heading from Milwaukee to Arizona -- and sees the Brewers as the winner.
The Diamondbacks have added some offense to their lineup, acquiring Jean Segura from the Brewers in a five-player deal that sent Chase Anderson, Aaron Hill and Isan Diaz to Milwaukee.
Brewers get Anderson, Hill from D-backs
Milwaukee traded SS Jean Segura and P Tyler Wager to Arizona for P Chase Anderson, 2B Aaron Hill and IF Isan Diaz. Anderson was 6-6 with a 4.30 ERA last season and Segura hit .257 in 2015.
Outfielder Rymer Liriano, a former top prospect in the San Diego organization, was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers for a minor league reliever.
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred told ESPN that he did not mean to give the impression during his comments at last week's owners meetings that NL clubs want to adopt the designated hitter.
Market for Austin Jackson heating up
The rumor mill has been quiet for the free-agent outfielder, but that will change once Yoenis Cespedes signs. The Angels, Rangers and Brewers are reportedly interested, and the Cubs, too, could be a suitor. MLB rumors roundup
'I didn't know Mama was so strong'
It's National Hug Day, so we rounded up 10 of the game's most memorable embraces. Our list wouldn't be complete without this sweet moment shared between Hank Aaron and his mother Estella after he passed Babe Ruth as baseball's Home Run King. Baseball's best hugs
The NL Central is a division filled with haves and have-nots. And one of those haves -- the Cubs -- has its share of interesting players to watch.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Brewers writer Tom Haudricourt gives his take on why a Lucroy trade is unlikely at this point.
There are several teams that could use a 29-year-old catcher who's signed for two more years, and a smart trade could help the rebuilding Brewers too.
Any takers for Jonathan Lucroy?
Lucroy hopes to be traded from the Brewers to a contender, but Milwaukee might not be in a rush to deal him. The Rangers, Nationals and Athletics are among the teams reportedly interested in the veteran catcher. MLB rumors roundup
Jonathan Lucroy wants to win and doesn't see that happening with the Brewers, so he'd prefer to be traded to a contender, he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Brewers' Lucroy wants trade to contender
Catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who was an All-Star in 2014, told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "I'm not going to sit here and say we're going to compete for the playoffs this year. If I did that, you'd call me a liar. I'd lose credibility and respect. ... I want to win and I don't see us winning in the foreseeable future."
Brewers avoid arbitration with three
Milwaukee announced one-year deals with Will Smith, Wily Peralta and Jean Segura, thus avoiding arbitration with its three eligible players.