8 Teams Showing Interest In Pitcher After Career Season

Brent Suter, the former Milwaukee Brewers pitcher, has garnered significant interest in the free agent market.

After a strong performance with the Colorado Rockies, where he maintained a 3.38 ERA over 69.1 innings pitched, Suter has become a sought-after player.

His ability to limit home runs, particularly notable given the challenging conditions in Colorado, and his talent for getting right-handed hitters out have made him an attractive option for teams needing pitching help.

This performance is in line with his career ERA of 3.49​.

Interestingly, eight teams have shown interest in signing Suter.

MLB reporter Robert Murray notes that these teams are considering Suter not just for his bullpen prowess but potentially as a starter.

This shift would mark a return to a role he initially had with the Brewers, where he started a career-high 18 games in 2018 before transitioning into a long relief role and occasionally serving as an opener.

Suter's ability to handle hitters from either side of the plate and his command to hold up for multiple innings make him a viable option as a starter​.

Entering free agency for the first time, Suter's previous contract was valued at $3 million.

Given the broad interest in him, there is considerable anticipation regarding the kind of contract he will secure and the team he will choose.

The left-handed pitcher's consistent performance throughout his career, combined with the current market's interest in bullpen arms, positions him favorably in this free agent period​​. Photo Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports