Brewers Allow Coffey and Inglett to Become Free Agents
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Milwaukee Brewers have declined to offer contracts to reliever Todd Coffey and utilityman Joe Inglett for next season.
The decisions Thursday made both players free agents.
The right-handed Coffey was 2-4 with a 4.76 ERA last season. His enthusiastic runs from the bullpen to the mound when he came into the game made him a fan favorite, but his performance had declined from 2009, when he was 4-4 with a 2.90 ERA.
Inglett batted .254 in 102 games for the Brewers last season.
The Brewers' other arbitration-eligible players include first baseman Prince Fielder, second baseman Rickie Weeks, outfielder Carlos Gomez and pitchers Manny Parra, Carlos Villanueva and Kameron Loe.
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