Even after all of Mike Moustakas' foibles in free agency, he's willing to try it again, it seems.
Moustakas, one of the league's most valuable power hitters and malleable infielders, hasn't been able to secure a long-term contract since departing Kansas City in 2017. Ultimately, he was forced to re-sign with the team, and found himself traded to Milwaukee midseason.
Aww, man, they're not even going to stick around to watch the ball and glove become the team's permanent logo! Dang.
Moustakas posted another strong and prototypical season in 2019, hitting for power (35 homers) and a decent average (.254) while moving all around the infield dirt (third and second remain primary options).
Per the rumor mill, the Brewers remain interested in a Grandal reunion, and the Reds, devoid of a bat behind the plate, will also chase him.
Cory Spangenberg and Tyler Austin have also both been outrighted off Milwaukee's roster, in a bit of bookkeeping. Unlike Grandal, they're unlikely to return.