If you haven't heard, the Milwaukee Brewers have made a trade for RHP Shaun Marcum. Toronto gets the Brewers top prospect Brett Lawrie and I am fine with that. Lawrie could turn out to be a great second baseman for the Jays but he really had no shot at being one with the Brewers. Lawrie has no major league experience and wasn't going to get any in Milwaukee with Rickie Weeks coming off his best season and Doug Melvin working to sign him long term. Marcum is a proven starter and will help a rotation that desperately needs quality pitching. With Yovanni Gallardo, Randy Wolf and now Marcum, the Brewers have a legitimate top 3 in their rotation. They still need to add one more solid starter but on paper, this is an improvement over what Melvin did last year to try and bolster the rotation.