First base is a glaring question mark for the Milwaukee Brewers right now, causing the bullpen holes to go under the radar, but they are just as important. Jim Henderson, Brandon Kintzler and Tom Gorzelanny are the only relief pitchers guaranteed a spot for next season; otherwise the Brewers have a handful of players who have struggled to produce consistently at the major league level.
Veteran righty, Jesse Crain would be a great fit for the Milwaukee Brewers. An All-Star a year ago, he missed the final three months of the season with a shoulder injury, but when he was healthy he had a 0.74 ERA in 36.2 innings while striking out 46 batters.
Assuming he is healthy and the Brewers could sign him to a contract with a small base salary, that is incentives based would be one of the biggest steals on the free agent market as he was having a career year until he got hurt last season.
The Milwaukee Brewers have vacant spots in their bullpen, and signing Crain would solidify one of those spots. He has had successes over his nine-year career pitching in late inning situations, and he would bring experience to a young Brewers bullpen.