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Milwaukee Brewers: Was the Ryan Braun Extension a Mistake?

More and more, teams are handing out big money to lock up their players long-term. That's really nothing new. When you have a big-time talent, you want to keep that guy in uniform as long as you can.

But what's interesting is the lengths teams have gone to recently to sign players to contract extensions that may or may not be necessary.

Milwaukee Brewers' Ryan Braun Signs 5-Year $105 Million Contract Extension

The Milwaukee Brewers today signed 27-year-old outfielder Ryan Braun to a five-year contract extension which will make him only one of two MLB players signed through 2020, the other being the Colorado Rockies' Troy Tulowitzki.

Ryan Braun Signs Contract Extension with Milwaukee Brewers

Ryan Braun cemented his place in Brewers history on Thursday, signing his second long-term contract with the Milwaukee Brewers in the last three years.

JWoww!!! Milwaukee Brewers Extend Ryan Braun Through 2020 Season

The Milwaukee Brewers have gone one step further to ensure they will be competitive for years to come by agreeing to a five-year contract extension with All-Star outfielder Ryan Braun.

It was first reported by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on Thursday afternoon.

Braun released the following statement:

Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers Agree on 5-Year Contract Extension Through 2020

The Milwaukee Brewers announced that they have come to an agreement with left fielder Ryan Braun on a contract extension through 2020.

MLB: Do Milwaukee Brewers Have Right Prospects for Jose Reyes or Rafael Furcal?

The Milwaukee Brewers farm system has been talked about all spring, but for all the wrong reasons.

After unloading a boatload of young talent to acquire two top-tier starters before Christmas, a common thought has been that the Brewers have the worst system in all of baseball. Yes, in order to acquire Zack Greinke and Shaun Marcum, the Brewers had to shell over their top prospects in Brett Lawrie, Jake Odorizzi and Alcides Escobar, among others.

Zach Greinke Comeback: Brewers' Ace Dominant in First Rehab Start

It has been well-documented that Brewers manager Ron Roenicke is adamant about Zack Greinke making three rehab starts prior to being activated to the Major League roster.

If tonight's start was any indication, Greinke will be ready sooner rather than later. Greinke started tonight for the Milwaukee Brewers' Class-A affiliate, the Brevard County Manatees. He pitched three full innings without breaking a sweat.

MLB: Top Five Current Jewish Major League Baseball Players

Heard This Blog ranked the top five Jewish current baseball players

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2011 Fantasy Baseball Projections: Is Brewers Chris Narveson Worth a Wire Flier?

Milwaukee Brewers’ pitcher Chris Narveson tossed seven shutout innings against the Cubs Saturday night, allowing just six hits and one walk while striking out nine.

Eight Is Enough: Eight Things We've Learned About the 2011 Milwaukee Brewers

The Brewers just finished up their first of three games in a weekend series against the rival Chicago Cubs at Miller Park. Let me say that the game was not played crisply by either club. The 7-4 loss dropped the Brewers' record to 3-5 on the season.

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