Free agent Cody Decker reportedly signed a deal with the Brewers on Saturday, per a report by FanRag Sports’ Tommy Stokke. Decker posted a cryptic tweet to that effect earlier in the day, but declined to disclose the name of his new team. The Brewers have yet to confirm the deal. FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal speculated on Decker’s landing spot first, pointing out that the 29-year-old had been developing his skills behind the plate with former Padres coach Pat Murphy when the two worked together in San Diego. The rookie infielder had also been in talks with the Brewers earlier in the offseason, so the deal didn’t come as a total surprise.
Brewers sign infielder Cody Decker
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