Milwaukee Brewers general manager David Stearns has some big decisions to make today. One dozen Brewers players are arbitration-eligible today unless they get new contracts. National baseball writer Ken Rosenthal is reporting there is a “strong possibility” Stearns either trades second baseman Jonathan Schoop today — or cuts him lose. Schoop was obtained in a trade for the stretch drive and never put it together while hitting .201 for Milwaukee. He’s projected to make about 10-million dollars next season.