PHOENIX - The Brewers have signed Kyle Lohse to shore up the team's starting rotation.
Milwaukee announced the move Monday night.
"Kyle is coming off two very good years, and his experience and competitiveness will be welcomed by the club," said Brewers General Manager Doug Melvin. "This signing makes us a better club today than we were yesterday."
Lohse, 34, has gone 30-11 with a 3.11 ERA in 63 starts over the last two seasons, including a 16-3 campaign in 2012.
Lohse will wear number 26 for the Brewers.
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