The Milwaukee Milkmen had a pair of former big league ballplayers suit up for them during their inaugural season in 2019. Former Indians and Blue Jays hurler TJ House was a rotational stalwart for the Franklin Nine before getting dealt midseason to Kansas City. Later on in the summer, the team inked Manny Corpas — who pitched in the World Series as a member of the Rockies in 2007 — out of the Pecos League to join the bullpen for the final month of the season. Corpas is set to return to Milwaukee in 2020, and he will now be joined by another player who has previously reached the show — soon-to-be 27 year old infielder Miguel Gomez.
NEW PLAYER ANNOUNCEMENT
Welcome Miguel Gomez from the San Fransisco Giants! Gomez has played for the SF Giants MLB club and their affiliate teams and posted a .267 average in his 2018 MLB debut!
Welcome to the Milwaukee Milkmen! pic.twitter.com/qLhY1s8jA0
— Milwaukee Milkmen (@MKEMilkmen) November 8, 2019
Unlike the highest-profile international free agents, who typically sign as soon as they are eligible once they turn 16 years old, Gomez agreed to his first professional contract with the San Francisco Giants in late 2011 shortly…