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Changing of the guard
In this Sept. 27, 2014, file photo, Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin speaks to the media before a baseball game against the Chicago Cubs in Milwaukee. Melvin is leaving his job as general manager of the Brewers. The team and Melvin announced the move Tuesday on Twitter. He will continue to lead the teams baseball operations department before transitioning into an advisory role. (AP photo)
MILWAUKEE (AP) - The rebuilding of the last-place Milwaukee Brewers will be overseen by a new general manager. Doug Melvin will be leaving his job after 13 years in Milwaukee. The team and Melvin said Tuesday he will continue to lead the baseball operations department before "transitioning into an advisory role."