The Brewers entered last season with hopes of taking the next step after reaching the NLCS in 2011, but an ineffective bullpen cost the team early and led to the trade of ace Zack Greinke. The Brewers surprisingly played better after the trade, but alas, a late-season run at a Wild Card spot fell short.
Despite just missing out on the postseason a year ago, the Brewers had a quiet offseason from an acquisition standpoint. Relievers Tom Gorzelanny and Mike Gonzalez were added to a revamped bullpen, but Alex Gonzalez, who is set to serve as a utility player, was the only other key addition, after re-signing late in the offseason. The Brewers are optimistic that an offense that finished with the most runs in the NL a year ago and did not suffer any losses will be able to carry the team again.
The offense will once again by led by perennial MVP candidate Ryan Braun, and the rotation will be headed by the steady Yovani Gallardo. However, the rest of the rotation is re You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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