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Brewers add RHP Wilson

March 22, 2019 - 4:22 pm

By Daniel Plocher:

The Brewers are in need of relief pitching early this season after injuries to both Jeremy Jeffress and Corey Knebel surfaced during Spring Training. So, David Stearns reportedly found a guy to (hopefully) aid the ailing bullpen:

The six-year vet started his big-league career with the Boston Red Sox in 2013 before being traded to the Detroit Tigers in 2015. Wilson has a career 3.23 ERA in 290 appearances. He had a solid spring with the Cleveland Indians after earning a Spring Training roster invite this offseason. Wilson threw 8.1 innings, giving up two runs while striking out seven, in eight appearances.

David Stearns is hoping that he found another diamond in the rough for a bullpen that could be a bit depleted at the start of the season.