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Brewers add a pair of lefty arms in MLB Draft

The Milwaukee Brewers took two left-handed pitchers in the first two rounds of the MLB Draft on Monday.

Milwaukee selected Ethan Small of Mississippi State in the first round (28 overall). It is the same college that produced Brandon Woodruff who is currently pitching great in the Brewers’ rotation.

“He’s the consummate pitcher,” Brewers amateur scouting director Tod Johnson said of their first round pick. “He throws a ton of strikes, gets a ton of swings and misses. He’s not the hardest-throwing guy but he does have velocity in there when he needs it. He has been really successful in what’s the toughest conference in the country, especially for pitchers.”

Small was named the SEC pitcher of the year. He led the conference with 160 strikeouts in 96 innings and going 9-2 with a 1.88 ERA in 16 starts. He throws his fastball in the low 90s, has an effective changeup and can mix in a solid curveball. He missed the 2017 season recovering from Tommy John surgery.

In the second round (65 overall), the Brewers took Antoine Kelly of Wabash Valley Junior College in Mount Carmel, Ill. Kelly went 9-0 with a 1.88 ERA in 13 starts for Wabash Valley. He struck out 112 hitters in only 52 2/3 innings, with 21 hits and 31 walks allowed.

Brewers, Alex Wilson finalize $750,000, one-year deal

The Milwaukee Brewers have finalized a $750,000, one-year contract with reliever Alex Wilson. The deal includes $825,000 in performance bonuses.

In six major league seasons, the 32-year-old right-hander has a 3.23 ERA.

It’s a concerning time for the Brewers’ bullpen as two of their top relievers are dealing with injuries. Corey Knebel is out indefinitely with a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow. He’s expected to join Jeremy Jeffress (shoulder) on the injured list to open the season.

“It just means somebody else is going to step up, and there’s plenty of arms in here to do it,” Wilson said. “A lot of times, guys just need an opportunity.”

Wilson made his spring training debut for the Brewers on Monday.

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