Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin tells us about his top-performing farm system, and explains the important role of his skipper Ken Macha.
shifted Gamel from third base to first base with an eye toward the future. And that future is now, according to general manager Doug Melvin . "We just have to find out about Mat Gamel," Melvin said. "I don't know what that time period will
be nice if it was possible to do. But I don't know. It's way, way on the drawing board." Brewers general manager Doug Melvin said, "We do not want to comment on discussions in-season. It can be disruptive." Segura, rapidly emerging
Couple minutes Doug Melvin Brewers general manager always an exciting time for fans this ..... will make is a better club. All right always great to visit general manager Doug Melvin a very busy man this time a year guys.
those players are concerned.'' The Phillies' decision led to a rather unexpected reunion with the Brewers. General manager Doug Melvin had tried to sign Betancourt earlier in the offseason but he stayed focused on the positives, such as Betancourt
is serious about winning an NL Central title. General manager Doug Melvin , his future with the Brewers very much tied ..... IN' Fresh off acquiring K-Rod, Milwaukee GM Doug Melvin still looking to make moves . Atlanta is more in line
just showing off. "We think he'll be OK here," said Brewers general manager Doug Melvin when Morgan arrived by trade in March. "He's got a lot of ..... He's a former hockey player. They play with emotion." Brewers GM Doug Melvin
front office. Ace pitcher Zack Greinke spends some of his free time watching video of draft prospects, and general manager Doug Melvin invited him to spend some time in the team's draft room during the opening round of the first-year player
baseball (.356) and is among the league leaders in stolen bases. ''He's gone beyond expectations,'' general manager Doug Melvin said. ''When we made the deal, I'm not sure we really thought he'd be a big leaguer at this time
deadline passed quietly here Sunday and now it's on to the main event - the pennant race. Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin made perhaps the final tweak to his roster on Saturday when he acquired utility man Jerry Hairston from the