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Brewers, McGhee fail to reach long-term deal

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09:21 AM ET 03.03 | Despite being somewhat disappointed over failing to reach an agreement on a multi-year contract, Casey McGehee promised Wednesday there were no hard feelings and he was ready to focus on baseball. "The bottom line is I want to be a Milwaukee Brewer as long as I can. I love it here; I got my chance here. I want my focus to be on what's going on the field, especially with the type of team we've got."

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

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March 3, 2011  11:38 AM ET

Who? Where?

March 3, 2011  11:39 AM ET

Translation:
i will remember this when i am a FA.

March 3, 2011  02:40 PM ET

Dude... Him and Mr. Fielder been working out together down at the Golden Corral?

March 3, 2011  06:49 PM ET

casey mcGhee, was expecting an answer like that sorry body no more money for a long term deal!!

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March 3, 2011  09:45 PM ET

I thought they had a big time 3rd base prospect... Gamel or something, what happened to him?

 
March 3, 2011  10:49 PM ET
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Underrated, this guy is.

I agree. He's very versatile and he hits with some pop.

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