Jordan Zimmermann

Brewers RHP Jordan Zimmermann announces retirement

Right-hander Jordan Zimmermann announced his retirement from Major League Baseball on Tuesday. Zimmermann, who will turn 35 on May 23, initially planned to retire from the sport at the end of April. The Auburndale, Wis. native, however, elected to give it another go with his home-state team. "I have had...
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Brewers select RHP Jordan Zimmermann amid rash of injuries to rotation

The Brewers have selected right-hander Jordan Zimmermann and optioned fellow righty Patrick Weigel to their alternate site, the team announced. Zimmermann’s promotion comes with the Brewers dealing with a rash of health problems, including in their rotation. Left-hander Brett Anderson went on the 10-day injured list with a strained hamstring last week, while replacement Zack Godley landed on the 10-day IL after one start because of a finger issue. Worst of all, the Brewers placed star righty Corbin Burnes on the IL on Wednesday.

Brewers re-sign Jordan Zimmermann to minor league deal

PHOENIX (AP) — The Milwaukee Brewers re-signed pitcher Jordan Zimmermann to a minor league contract one day after releasing him. This move enables the Brewers to send the 34-year-old right-hander to their alternate site in Appleton, Wisconsin. “I think Jordan is going to help us at some point in the...