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Brewers Owner Mark Attanasio Vows To Financially Invest In Long-Term Rebuilding Plan
Published April 5, 2016
ROCKIES' ROAD: In Denver, Nick Groke notes the Rockies are taking the opposite approach of the Brewers. Rockies GM Jeff Bridich yesterday reiterated that his plan for the club "is to win now," and there "will be no tanking or overhauling on his watch in the future." Groke notes the Rockies "are dragging through their worst five-year stretch in the 24-year history of the club," but a multiyear rebuilding similar to what the Astros have utilized "is not the path preferred by the Rockies." Bridich: "That has never crossed our mind." The team's Opening Day 25-man payroll came in at less than $90M "for the first time in three years" (DENVER POST, 4/5).