Kieschnick enjoying double-duty work with Brewers

He can hit and he can pitch. Yes, the Brewers truly have a jack-of-all-trades player in Brooks Kieschnick.

Originally Published: August 12, 2003
By Alan Schwarz | Special to ESPN.com

Follow John Smoltz's rising save totals, and catch Dontrelle-mania all you want, but the most interesting pitcher in the National League is a Milwaukee spot reliever with a 4.76 ERA.

Brooks Kieschnick, a 31-year-old failed big-league slugger, resurrected his career last year by turning himself into a middle reliever, and was brought up to Milwaukee this April after just 48 minor league innings. (At the time, he had the least professional experience of any pitcher in the majors.) But ...

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