On November 28, 2000 — 2000 – Relief pitcher Curt Leskanic, who posted a 9-3 record with a 2.56 ERA and 12 saves, agrees to a $7.2 million, three-year incentive-laden contract with the Milwaukee Brewers which can almost double based on performance. Leskanic converted 11 of 12 save chances after former Milwaukee closer Bob Wickman was traded to the Cleveland Indians on July 28th.

 


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