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Brewers acquire right-handed pitcher Coleman Crow from Mets

Send right-handed pitcher Adrian Houser and outfielder Tyrone Taylor to New York

MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Brewers have acquired right-handed pitcher Coleman Crow from the New York Mets in exchange for right-handed pitcher Adrian Houser and outfielder Tyrone Taylor. The announcement was made by Senior Vice President and General Manager Matt Arnold.

An updated 40-man roster (38) can be found here.

Crow, who turns 23 on Dec. 30, entered last season as the 21st-best prospect in the Angels organization according to Baseball America. He is 15-6 with a 4.33 ERA in 41 games (37 starts) through his first three Minor League seasons (2021-23) and has recorded 221 strikeouts in 214.1 innings pitched.

Crow made four starts at Double-A Rocket City last season, going 2-0 with a 1.88 ERA while producing 31 strikeouts in 24.0 innings pitched and holding opponents to a .114 batting average before he was traded on June 23 (with RHP Landon Marceaux) as part of the deal that sent infielder Eduardo Escobar to New York. He underwent “Tommy John” surgery on July 11, performed by Dr. David Altchek, ending his season.

In 2022, Crow appeared in 24 games (23 starts) at Rocket City and led the Southern League in innings pitched (128.0) while tying for the league lead in wins (9) and ranking second in strikeouts (128). He was named Southern League Pitcher of the Month for June and earned Southern League Pitcher of the Week honors three times in 2022.

Crow began his professional career in 2021 at Class-A Inland Empire. Following that season, he pitched for the Glendale Desert Dogs in the Arizona Fall League, where he earned a selection to the Rising Stars Game.

Crow was selected by the Angels in the 28th round of the 2019 First-Year Player Draft out of Pike County High School in Zebulon, GA. He committed to Kennesaw State University prior to being drafted.

Houser, who turns 31 on Feb. 2, has spent his entire seven-year Major League career with the Brewers, going 31-34 with a 4.00 ERA in 129 games (97 starts). Taylor, who turns 30 on Jan. 22, has spent his entire five-year Major League career with the Brewers, batting .239 with 41 HR and 136 RBI in 331 games. Both are eligible for arbitration.

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