David Stearns' resignation as Milwaukee Brewers' president of baseball operations was just made public.
Stearns will continue to work for the Brewers in a baseball operations and ownership advisory capacity, according to an official press statement.
Meanwhile, Matt Arnold will assume control of baseball operations. Since 2020, he has served as Milwaukee's senior vice president and general manager.
This represents a significant change for the Brewers. This Thursday morning, some insiders are even calling it a "stunner."
In 2019, Stearns received a promotion to president of baseball operations. He served as the Houston Astros' associate general manager before joining the Milwaukee Brewers.
It will be interesting to observe how these adjustments impact the Brewers' roster construction this winter, as the MLB offseason is quickly approaching.