The history of the left-handed starter Wade Miley is clearly attractive for a Milwaukee Brewers club who plays at a fairly hitter-friendly local park. The Wisconsin Brewers already have six quality starting pitchers. Corbin Burnes and Brandon Woodruff they lead the group for the deadly 1-2, followed by the Dominican Freddy Peralta and the lefty Aaron Ashby.
Lefty Eric Lauer and righty Adrian Houser are quality options at back. Miley has started 285 of his 292 MLB appearances, though Milwaukee may prefer to deploy him in a more flexible swing (long relief) role considering their lack of innings in 2022:
If the plan is for veteran Wade Allen “Miles” Miley to secure a spot in the season-opening rotation, that could free up GM Matt Arnold and his front office to trade Lauer or Houser in return.
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The Brewers could look for another bat to add to the right-field-first base combo, and they may bring in a veteran infielder to lessen the workload of Luis Urías or rookie Brice Turang. Trading one of their starters would be a way to bolster a lineup that was in the middle of the pack last season.
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