When Major League Baseball teams discuss trades, money is almost always a point of contention because most clubs operate under a set budget. When the Milwaukee Brewers dealt left-handed pitcher Brad Mills to Oakland, it seemed harmless enough. The A's needed a starting pitcher after Drew Pomeranz was placed on the disabled list after punching a chair, per Matt Snyder of CBSSports.com; Mills has some MLB experience and comes cheaply. Very cheaply, it turns out. According to Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal, the deal between Milwaukee and Oakland will cost the A's a whole dollar: Source Feel bad for Brad, he's literally worth less than a pack of underwear.