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    The Brewers recently traded away closer Josh Hader, and it’s coming back to haunt them. Milwaukee recently traded Hader to the San Diego Padres, and they’ve been struggling since. The Brewers were walked off twice in three games against the Pittsburgh Pirates and blew a save in the finale on Thursday night. They were swept in the series, mainly as a result of their bullpen. Hader was one of Milwaukee’s most reliable relief pitchers, and it’ll take awhile to adjust to life without him. Brewers adjusting to life without Josh HaderThis season, the 28-year-old pitcher has produced an ERA of 4.11, batting average against of .198 and WHIP of 1.09 over 35 innings. His replacement was supposed to be Devin Williams, who’s been another reliable reliever for the Brewers. Williams has produced an ERA of 1.77, BAA of .162 and WHIP of 1.03 over 40.2 innings. Milwaukee may have gotten rid of Hader at the wrong time. They gained Taylor Rogers in the trade. Though Rogers would be a reliable replacement for most teams, Williams has the most potential of...
    In what may be the first of several major trades involving top-level relievers, the San Diego Padres have reportedly acquired Milwaukee Brewers closer Josh Hader for four players ahead of Tuesday's deadline. Padres spokespeople did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com's request for confirmation. The price for Hader, a four-time All-Star, wasn't cheap: Veteran closer Taylor Rogers, pitching prospect Robert Gasser, outfielder Esteury Ruiz and right-hander Dinelson Lamet are all headed to Milwaukee. In what may be the first of several major trades involving top-level relievers, the San Diego Padres have reportedly acquired Milwaukee Brewers closer Josh Hader (pictured) for four players ahead of Tuesday's deadline The price for Hader, a four-time All-Star, wasn't cheap: Veteran closer Taylor Rogers (pictured), pitching prospect Robert Gasser, outfielder Esteury Ruiz and right-hander Dinelson Lamet are all headed to Milwaukee One potential downside to the deal for San Diego is Hader's contract situation. The 28-year-old southpaw is eligible for arbitration next season after earning $11 million for the 2022 campaign. Unless San Diego is prepared to re-sign Hader, he might just be a rental for...
    The San Diego Padres have acquired LHP Josh Hader from the Milwaukee Brewers, but who won the trade? The first truly league-shattering deal is upon us, as the Milwaukee Brewers have traded otherworldly closer Josh Hader to the San Diego Padres for LHP Taylor Rogers, RHP Dinelson Lamet, LHP Robert Gasser (SDP No. 7 prospect), and OF Esteury Ruiz (SDP No. 28 prospect). The return on Josh Hader to Milwaukee is significant: left-handed closer Taylor Rogers, lefty pitching prospect Robert Gasser, outfielder Esteury Ruiz and right-hander Dinelson Lamet, sources tell ESPN. Hader will be a free agent after the 2023 season. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) August 1, 2022 Hader’s availability on the trade front had been in question in recent days, with some reports coming out that the Brewers were listening to trade offers and others saying he was staying put. That question has finally been answered and the multi-year saga of ‘Will Josh Hader be traded?’ has finally come to a close.MLB Trade Grades: Who won the Padres-Brewers Hader trade?Evaluating the deal from the Padres side:In Josh Hader, the...
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – JULY 22: 3 teams the Padres beat to the punch throws a pitch in the ninth inning. (Photo by John Fisher/Getty Images) The Milwaukee Brewers surprisingly dealt their longtime closer to the San Diego Padres. What three teams missed out on Josh Hader? In a surprising turn of events, the Milwaukee Brewers, who are leading the National League Central at the moment, traded their longtime closer Josh Hader to the San Diego Padres. In return, the Brewers received closer Taylor Rogers, left-handed pitching prospect Robert Gasser, outfielder Esteury Ruiz, and right-hander Dinelson Lamet. The price was high, but Hader is under team control through next season and greatly upgrades the Padres bullpen. While both the Brewers and Padres could be considered winners in this particular trade, there’s always a loser as well. This time, it may be the number of teams who missed out on Josh Hader’s services. Which three teams did the Padres beat to the punch? 1. The Padres beat the Twins to the punch for...
    After year of flirting with a trade, the Milwaukee Brewers are finally moving star closer Josh Hader to the San Diego Padres. The Padres were a rumored destination for quite some time, as they weren’t thrilled with the recent work of their bullpen, and ninth-inning man Taylor Rogers. Despite leading the NL Central, the Brewers felt confident in their ability to move Hader due to a bullpen featuring Devin Williams, an NL All-Star and the likes closer-in-waiting in Milwaukee. Williams has a 1.59 ERA on his own right. The Padres have shown a willingness to make a big splash in the past, and despite making offers for Shohei Ohtani and Juan Soto, may settle for Hader as their rather large trade deadline acquisition (assuming they don’t have more in the works).Josh Hader trade details Padres Get RP, Josh Hader Brewers Get RP, Taylor Rogers LHP, Robert Gasser OF, Esteury Ruiz RHP, Dinelson Lamet That is one heck of a haul, but what else would one expect for a pitcher of Hader’s quality.Josh Hader contractHader is signed through the 2023 season,...
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse Josh Hader has come up in recent MLB rumors and these teams should make a phone call to the Milwaukee Brewers as a response. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images) These three teams should make the MLB rumors come true and make a phone call to the Milwaukee Brewers for Josh Hader. One of the bigger and more surprising MLB rumors right now is coming from the Milwaukee Brewers. They may not be so inclined to trade reliever Josh Hader but they are reportedly listening to offers for him. It’s rare to see a team focused on contending actually take some offers seriously for a player who could be a big contributor for them. However, Hader, who leads the National League with 29 saves, hasn’t been quite as excellent of late. The stacked Milwaukee bullpen already has Devin Williams as an obvious closer alternative. To help maybe add some offense to a team that hasn’t hit much this season and was eliminated in the first round in last year’s playoffs for...
    The Milwaukee Brewers are rumored to be listening to calls on star closer Josh Hader as the MLB trade deadline approaches. The Brewers are sitting at the top of the NL Central but they’re coming into the final stage before the trade deadline willing to sell at least one All-Star. According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, Milwaukee is “listening to overtures” for closer Josh Hader. Jon Heyman reported the same. That doesn’t mean the team is pushing a move. Both reporters made that clear. They’re open to offers it seems. Brewers trade rumors: Josh Hader on the trade block“The conversations might be little more than due diligence. But as the Brewers head toward their fifth straight postseason appearance, their motivation to trade Hader might be increasing,” Rosenthal wrote. Hader was an All-Star for the fourth time this year, so why are the Brewers open to trading him? Rosenthal cited three reasons: Hader’s salary is going to increase to $16 million in arbitration next year, he doesn’t want to appear in more than one inning at a time and Devin...
    It seems like Milwaukee Brewers closer Josh Hader is always involved in trade rumors but this time, it could happen especially because the Brewers have a great option to replace him. Josh Hader has been one of the most dominant closers in the game. He has been an All-Star in each of the last four All-Star games and he leads the majors with 29 saves this year. The Milwaukee Brewers are also in first place in the NL Central with a 57-44 record, four games ahead of the Cardinals for the lead. But, according to Jon Heyman of The New York Post and MLB Network, the Brewers are “listening” on offers for Hader and multiple teams have called. While the Brewers shouldn’t let him go for pennies, they definitely should listen and be willing to trade him, partially because they could actually benefit from it.Brewers closer Josh Hader should be expendable at the trade deadlineJosh Hader was an All-Star this season because he had a great start to the season but he has struggled a lot recently. In fact, he didn’t allow...
    New York Yankees News/Rumors: Should the Yankees get aggressive with a Josh Hader trade? By: William Parlee January 27, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditAfter being near quiet in the offseason, the New York Yankees made some big waves across baseball with the resigning of DJ LeMahieu, signing Corey Kluber, and trading for potential ace Jameson Taillon. But the Yankees still have needs. The Yankees lost two arms from the bullpen, first Tommy Kahnle, who signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers and then traded Adam Ottavino to the Red Sox in a salary dump. The dump took $8.15M off the luxury tax salary cap. According to Spotrac.com, the Yankees payroll is presently at $199.2 million. So the Yankees have freed up about $10 million. In the past few days, I have written about several reliever arms the Yankees could get on the cheap. But the Yankees could use a reliever of Tommy Kahnle’s quality. One of the best relievers in the game is the 26-year-old Josh Hader of the Milwaukee Brewers. The catch is the Brewers don’t...
    Next1 of 3Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse Hansel Robles #57 of the Los Angeles Angels (Photo by John McCoy/Getty Images) The Milwaukee Brewers need to get Christian Yelich and Josh Hader help The Milwaukee Brewers might have two of the best players at their respective positions in the game, as Josh Hader might very be the most unhittable closer in baseball while Christian Yelich holds the title of best corner outfielder in the game. Even with these two studs on the roster, the Brewers are considered a notch below other NL Central contenders, as their pitching staff is lacking in depth, both behind Hader in the bullpen and in the rotation. Likewise, Yelich doesn’t have a ton of proven veteran talent behind him in the lineup. The quickest fix for these issues is to be aggressive at the August 31 trade deadline. The Brewers were a Trent Grisham gaffe away from knocking the eventual champion Washington Nationals out of the playoffs, so the nucleus of a contending team is there. GM David Stearns just needs to go...
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