Brad Mills

Milwaukee Brewers #0 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 03/05/85
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 185
  • Bats/Throws: R/L

Monday Boil: DeFrancesco Diagnosed With Cancer

Oklahoma City Redhawks manager, Tony DeFrancesco, will take a leave of absence after he was diagnosed with cancer.

Split Squad Sadness: Brewers lose to Indians, Cubs

Here's a recap of the final spring training doubleheader of 2014.

Brewers sign pitcher Brad Mills

He's not the same Brad Mills that used to manage the Astros.

Astros front office having its commitment tested

Another bad sweep and a few more bad performances by starting pitchers leaves Houston near a breaking point.

This Date in Mets History: April 27

Nolan Ryan becomes baseball's all-time K leader and coach Yogi Berra becomes the Mets backup catcher.

A photo and a video before the game begins

The roof is open at Minute Maid Park and a view from Mills' Hole

Monday Morning Rangers Update

The latest news and notes on the team that spent only about $20 million more to win the rights to Yu Darvish than the Angels spent to rid themselves of Vernon Wells

Rangers claim Mills

The Texas Rangers made a minor move today in claiming Brad Mills from the Angels. Mills will likely not make the Rangers' 25-man roster.

Francona fills out Indians coaching staff

Indians manager Terry Francona revealed his entire coaching staff for the 2013 season on Wednesday to reporters.

Daily Red Sox Links: Doubront, Ausmus, Farrell

Today's edition includes articles on Felix Doubront's impressive rookie year, some possible outside starting pitching options, and some of the nastiest pitches in baseball.

Washington Nationals' 3B Coach Bo Porter Interviews For Houston Astros' Managerial Opening

Washington Nationals' 3B Coach Bo Porter interviewed for the Houston Astros' managerial opening according to a report out of Texas today.

Nationals 3B Coach Bo Porter Interviews For Astros Manager Job, According To Report

Washington National's third-base coach Bo Porter has reportedly interview for the Houston Astros managerial job. Porter has served as the third base coach for the Nationals, Diamondbacks and Marlins. He retired from playing in 2001.

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