Brewers signed Blaine Boyer to a minor league contract.
Boyer has played 15 seasons of professional baseball and this will be his 10th major league organization he's been a part of. Boyer, now 34, performed quite well out of the Twins bullpen last season. He appeared in a whopping 68 games and amounted a very respectable 2.49 ERA. It's actually surprising he wasn't able to sign an MLB deal after a season like that. That being said the Brewers aren't very good and are likely going to need a lot of fresh arms in the bullpen throughout the season, so Boyer will definitely get a shot as long as his old noodle stays healthy. Analysis: James Grande