The Milwaukee Brewers executed a trade on Friday as they sent outfielder Domingo Santana to the Seattle Mariners for outfielder Ben Gamel and pitcher Noah Zavolas.
In 351 games with the Brewers, Santana hit .266 with 52 home runs, and 155 runs batted in.
Brewers General Manager David Stearns said in a statement that the team is looking forward to have Gamel and Zavolas in the organization.
“During his young career, Ben has proven that he can hit at the Major League level. His left-handed bat and outfield versatility also provide solid fits for our roster. Noah is a pitcher we targeted in the draft this past year and we are happy to bring him into our organization.”
Gamel, 26, is the brother of former Brewers infielder Mat Gamel. He has a .269 batting average in 900 career Major League plate appearances for both the New York Yankees and Mariners since 2016.
The 22 year-old Zavolas pitched at the 'A' level in the Mariners organization after being drafted out of Harvard in the 18th round of the 2018 MLB June Amateur Draft.