Trevor Hoffman told MLB.com's Adam McCalvy on Friday that he's still hoping to pitch in 2011 but that interest has been "sparse."
According to Buster Olney of ESPN.com, Trevor Hoffman continues to indicate to teams that he wants to be a closer.
The Brewers and Trevor Hoffman have an agreement that the veteran will decline the club's arbitration offer.
The Brewers offered Trevor Hoffman arbitration.
Diamondbacks general manager Kevin Towers told Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic that he will consider signing Trevor Hoffman.
Trevor Hoffman told Barry M. Bloom of MLB.com that he is keeping his eye on the Diamondbacks' closer situation.
SI.com's Jon Heyman reports that Trevor Hoffman is willing to return for the 2011 season if a team will let him close games.
Brewers declined RHP Trevor Hoffman's $7 million option for 2011.
Trevor Hoffman believes that he will not be back in Milwaukee next season due to the size of his contract and the presence of John Axford.
Trevor Hoffman pitched a scoreless ninth inning to notch his 600th save Tuesday night against the Cardinals.
Brewers manager Ken Macha said he is not saving Trevor Hoffman so he can get his 600th save at home.
Trevor Hoffman and John Axford will share closing duties, according to Brewers manager Ken Macha.
Trevor Hoffman picked up his sixth save of the season on Saturday in the Brewers' defeat of the Astros.
Trevor Hoffman, who was the subject of the inquiry by Boston, has reportedly told the Brewers he'd prefer to stay in Milwaukee.