"Brewers behaved like a small market team"

Radio.com MLB Insider Jon Heyman examines!

Evan Heffelfinger
January 23, 2020 - 2:30 pm

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The Brewers are fresh off two playoff appearances in a row, just the second time in franchise history that's happened, but the front office has cut cost after a record payroll last season of around $130 million. The Brewers supposedly operated in the red last year, despite almost three million fans flocking to Miller Park to watch the Brewers. Can the Brewers stay competitive despite their salary limitations? 


Jon Heyman, our Radio.com Sports MLB Insider, isn't thrilled with the way Brewers management is spending money. He joined Bill on Thursday to talk about the Brewers offseason, among other big baseball topics as we approach spring training: 

- Is the MLB’s investigation on the Astros over?

- Who does he think has the upper hand in the NL Central heading into the season?

- Does he predict any other big moves from the NL Central before spring training?

- Where are the Brewers in the NL Central mix right now?

Listen to the full interview below!