The Milwaukee Brewers finished the year with a disappointing record of 73-89, which was good for fourth place in the National League Central.
This team is usually contenders when it comes to the division crown, but have battled with some issues which included All-Star outfielder Ryan Braun. With Braun returning and Khris Davis moving to left field, their outfield will look to becoming one of the best outfielding corps. in the league.
All this team needs to do is make sure they bring in some players who can add depth. They may not make the Major League roster right away, but could come in handy after spending some time developing in the Minor Leagues.
Now according to Tom Haudricourt on Twitter, the Brewers have brought back a couple arms who could possible help them in the long run.
#Brewers announced they have re-signed pitchers Santo Manzanillo and Johnnie Lowe to minor-league deals. Manzo was once a top prospect.
— Tom (@Haudricourt) December 19, 2013
Santo Manzanillo, 24 going on 25 on the 20th of December, will going into season number eight with the Brewers farm system. He split the year with their Single-A and Double-A affiliates where he pitched 58 2/3 innings with an ERA of 5.83, 35 strike outs and 39 walks.
Johnnie Lowe will also be entering his eighth season. The 28 year old posted a 3.53 ERA over 79 innings of work with Triple-A Nashville. He had the best year of his career after striking out 62 and just walking 17.