D-backs and Brewers talk

The D-backs and Brewers have had some trade discussions recently according to Brewers assistant GM Gord Ash.

Without naming particular players, Brewers assistant Ash told Milwaukee reporters there had been  “conversations” between the Brewers and D-backs about potential matches.

“I think it speaks to what I talked about earlier, that because they are one of the few clubs that have available pieces, the asking price is way too high,” Ash said. “So they don’t have to make a deal yet.”

The Brewers are thought to be in the market for both starting pitching depth as well as a second baseman. Whether that means Milwaukee could be interested in Felipe Lopez or lefty Doug Davis is unknown.

6 Comments

trade davis? why trade one of the very few positives going for the dbacks. put anybody on the block except the front line pitchers.

they can have Lopez..but DD is one of the good ones…

they can have Lopez..but DD is one of the good ones…

they can have Lopez..but DD is one of the good ones…

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Trading Lopez who is Dbacks most consistent hitter sends the message to the fans that this season is wash. Whats the point in paying to attend or watching any further games this year. Everyone is injured so lets trade our best hitter. Let everyone in for free while your “rebuilding.” When your construction is done then start charging us.

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