(WNFL) - The Milwaukee Brewers have offered contracts to all players on their 40-man roster. They had until 11 last night to decide not to offer tender contracts for players who are not signed for the following year -- and the Brewers chose to tender everyone. Two Milwaukee players have salary arbitration coming up -- starter Marco Estrada and infielder Juan Francisco. Estrada made just under two-million dollars last year when he went 7-and-4 with a three-point-eight-seven E-R-A and sat out two months with groin and back problems. Francisco made just under a half-million dollars in 2013 when he .227 with 18 homers and 48 R-B-I's. That includes 35 games with Atlanta before he was traded to Milwaukee and played in 89 more games this past season. Three other Brewers who were facing salary arbitration are now gone. Reliever John Axford was dealt to Saint Louis in July. First baseman Mat Gamel was placed on waivers and signed with the Cubs. Reliever Burke Badenhop was recently traded to Boston.
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