The Milwaukee Brewers were the only team in the MLB not to have signed a single major league free agent.
Today they changed that, in quite a big way.
The Brewers agreed a four-year, $52 million deal with right handed pitcher Matt Garza, who was last throwing for the Texas Rangers.
Garza, 30, began the last three seasons with the Chicago Cubs before a July trade to Texas and owns a 3.84 ERA over parts of eight years in the Major Leagues.
The California native comes in to boost a pitching roster already stacked with talent and one of the rotations in all of the league. Garza joins Kyle Lohse, Yovani Gallardo, Wily Peralta, Marco Estrada and Tyler Thornburg in the Brewers clubhouse.