Brewers Sign up for Rex Brothers for minor league deals

The Brewers signed a veteran left-handed reliever Rex Brothers for a minor league deal, according to the team’s announcement. You will receive an invitation to spring training.

The brothers, who turn 34 this month, signed a minor league deal with the Cubs in February and ended a season of ups and downs. On June 27, he was sitting on an ERA of 2.63 to 27 innings of 1/3. It was a steep slide from there, though, as he struggled for the long haul and finished the season with an ERA of 5.26 in 53 innings. Walking is a particularly troublesome matter for Brothers, as he has never posted a walk rate lower than 11.4% in a given season and has a career rate of 13.5%. But that also comes with incredible hit numbers, as evidenced by his hit rate of 27.6%. 2021 is even more extreme, with a hit rate of 31.8% and a walk rate of 14.8%.

The best period of his career was with the Rockies from 2011 to 2013, when he threw 175 2/3 innings with an ERA of 2.82, hit rate of 29.1% and walk rate is 12.4%. The brothers then endured a miserable 2014, when his ERA spiked to 5.59, and then saw only limited major league action over the next six years, scored 37 1/3 of total plays from 2015 to 2020.

Like most other southern games, Brothers was more effective against the left, but his divisions weren’t as drastic. During his career, he’s skewed a lane of .214 / .336 / .321, with slash rights of .253/ .351 / .418. Brewers Sign up for Rex Brothers for minor league deals

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