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    Exclamation Brewers Sign Lorenzo Cain (5 Years/$80M)

    They ain't messing around. Welcome back. And this means Domingo is history.

    Ken Rosenthal [MENTION=11748]ken[/MENTION]_Rosenthal
    #Brewers in agreement with free-agent outfielder Lorenzo Cain, sources tell The Athletic. Deal is pending a physical.



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    I wonder if Brett Phillips can pitch.
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    With the emergence of Phillips, the addition of Yelich, and this, suddenly Milwaukee might the best outfield in baseball, considering they can basically platoon Phillips and Braun. Or move Braun.

    Exciting times!
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    An exciting time to be a Brewers fan, being just a game back of the WC last year. Best OF in baseball? That’s a bold statement, though they should be an exciting OF to watch. I hope they take that division next season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hive17 View Post
    With the emergence of Phillips, the addition of Yelich, and this, suddenly Milwaukee might the best outfield in baseball, considering they can basically platoon Phillips and Braun. Or move Braun.

    Exciting times!
    I know you said "might" but I still like the outfield roaming in Fenway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hive17 View Post
    With the emergence of Phillips, the addition of Yelich, and this, suddenly Milwaukee might the best outfield in baseball, considering they can basically platoon Phillips and Braun. Or move Braun.

    Exciting times!
    The best outfield in baseball is in Anaheim until Mike Trout says otherwise.

    The Cardinals, Brewers, Yankees, and Red Sox are all right there at the top now though.
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    Pretty exciting for the fans in Milwaukee and nice to see a smaller market team make a splash!!

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