After a curious start to the offseason, which included losing out on Mike Moustakas to the Cincinnati Reds, the Milwaukee Brewers are starting to restore fans' confidence in the team, little by little.
The Brew Crew added outfielder Avisail Garcia on Monday, a former Ray who hit 20 home runs just this past season. On Tuesday, Milwaukee signed former Mariners utility player Ryon Healy, who is sure to get major league at-bats over the course of a 162-game season.
The Brewers still have enough talent to compete in the Central, but the team will look far different than the Wild Card squad last year. The mainstays, of course, remain in place in Christian Yelich, Ryan Braun and others. However, the injection of new talent could be a good thing, despite the uncertainty surrounding Milwaukee now.
Healy, for one, is a solid defender who can play first or third base, which should prove valuable given the loss of Moustakas.
Healy is coming off injury, but he's just two seasons removed from hitting 24 home runs paired with 73 RBIs. That's nothing to scoff at.