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Topic - Craig Counsell
Brewers infielder Craig Counsell snapped an 0 for 45 drought with a pinch-hit single in the ninth inning of Milwaukee's 8-1 victory against the Astros on Friday night.
Brewers utility man Erick Almonte said he's dizzy and has a large red welt above his left eye, the only tangible signs of his concussion.
The Milwaukee Brewers have finalized infielder Craig Counsell's $1.4 million contract and also reached an $875,000, one-year agreement with right-hander Sean Green.
The Milwaukee Brewers and infielder Craig Counsell have agreed to a $1.4 million, one-year contract, a person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press.
Sometimes, left-hander Aroldis Chapman can't help but peek.
"I think he can be a weapon for them because, let's face it, people that throw that hard, there's an intimidation factor," Counsell said. "That's why closers are usually hard throwers."
"If he's throwing 103 and it's down the middle, guys are going to hit it," Counsell said. "There are guys that are going to hit it hard."