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  • Brewers' Garrett Mitchell: Registers steal in win

    Mitchell went 1-for-3 with a stolen base in Tuesday's 1-0 win over the Cubs.

    Mitchell is 5-for-14 over four games since the All-Star break, though he's also struck out five times in that span. The outfielder's steal Tuesday was his second of the campaign. He's batting .250 with a .762 OPS, one home run, three doubles, four RBI and four runs scored over 14 contests this year after missing most of the first half with a fractured finger.

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  • Brewers' Brice Turang: Drives in lone run in win

    Turang went 1-for-2 with a walk, one RBI and a stolen base in Tuesday's 1-0 win over the Cubs.

    Offense was at a premium Tuesday, and Turang's RBI single in the eighth inning was the lone run of the game. The second baseman has gone just 2-for-18 with four RBI over four contests since the All-Star break. He's gone 14 games without a multi-hit effort, but he's enough of a speed threat to stay atop the order even when he's not hitting at his best. For the year, Turang has 31 steals, six home runs, 42 RBI, 47 runs scored and a .268/.332/.376 slash line over 97 contests.

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  • Brewers' Trevor Megill: Converts 20th save

    Megill allowed a hit and struck out one in a scoreless inning to earn the save in Tuesday's 1-0 win over the Cubs.

    Pitching for the third time in four days, Megill was able to work around a leadoff single to pick up his 20th save of the campaign. The right-hander has allowed multiple runs in two of his last four outings, though those struggles are yet to cost him his share of the high-leverage duties. He's at a 2.41 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 40:8 K:BB through 33.2 innings this season. Devin Williams (back) is going through a rehab assignment at Triple-A Nashville, so Megill's run as the Brewers' closer could be nearing an end, though he's pitched well enough to potentially make this a committee situation if Williams needs to be eased in after a lengthy absence.

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  • Brewers' Colin Rea: Throws five shutout innings

    Rea allowed four hits and two walks while striking out eight over five shutout innings in a no-decision versus the Cubs on Tuesday.

    Rea returned to a starting role after pitching behind an opener in his last outing before the All-Star break. The right-hander was generally good Tuesday, though he needed 93 pitches (58 strikes) to complete his five frames in a pitching duel against Jameson Taillon. Rea has allowed two runs or fewer in three of his four outings in July, though he also gave up seven runs July 9 versus the Pirates. For the year, he has a 3.60 ERA, 1.21 WHIP and 84:33 K:BB over 110 innings through 20 appearances (17 starts). His next outing is projected to be at home versus Atlanta.

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  • Brewers' Christian Yelich: Dealing with back tightness

    Yelich was removed from Tuesday's game against the Cubs due to back tightness, Adam McCalvy of reports.

    The 32-year-old outfielder had gone 0-for-1 with two walks before Rhys Hoskins pinch hit for him in the eighth inning. Back injuries have been a recurring issue for Yelich in recent seasons, and he spent nearly a month on the injured list earlier in the year due to a lower-back strain. The severity of his latest injury remains unknown, though manager Pat Murphy said after the game that Yelich may land on the IL again given his history.

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  • Brewers' Gary Sanchez: Expected back Wednesday

    Manager Pat Murphy said Tuesday that Sanchez (calf) is expected to return from the injured list Wednesday, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

    A left calf strain forced Sanchez onto the IL in late June, and he has since gone 1-for-6 with a walk through two rehab games at Triple-A Nashville. Once activated, the 31-year-old backstop will presumably reclaim his role as Milwaukee's backup catcher, replacing Eric Haase.

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  • Brewers' Rhys Hoskins: Idle Tuesday

    Hoskins isn't in the Brewers' lineup for Tuesday's game against the Cubs.

    Hoskins will get a day to regroup after going 2-for-11 with a home run in three games since the All-Star break. In his place, Jake Bauers will start at first base and bat seventh.

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  • Brewers' Tobias Myers: Suffers fourth loss

    Myers (6-4) took the loss Monday against the Cubs, allowing three runs (two earned) on six hits and two walks over 5.1 innings. He struck out six.

    Despite matching his career high in strikeouts with six, a mark he's reached four times in his last six starts, Myers was saddled with the loss in this 87-pitch outing. The Milwaukee rookie has impressed of late, pitching to a 1.95 ERA, 0.99 WHIP and 41:12 K:BB across 50.2 innings since the beginning of June. DL Hall (knee/forearm) and Joe Ross (back) could return soon as they continue rehab assignments at Triple-A Nashville, but Myers appears locked into a rotation spot. The 25-year-old currently lines up to face the Marlins at home in his next start this weekend.

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  • Brewers' Eric Haase: Goes deep twice

    Haase went 3-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI Sunday against the Twins.

    Haase picked up his sixth start with the Brewers since having his contract selected from Triple-A on June 26 and posted his first multi-homer game since 2022 when he was with the Tigers. In just 21 at-bats, Haase has a .429 average with three dingers and eight RBI. He does have a 20-homer season to his credit from back in 2021, so while it's unlikely that he'll maintain this pace, his offensive reemergence could afford the Brewers the opportunity to give William Contreras a little extra rest and help keep him fresh through the second half of the season.

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  • Brewers' Trevor Megill: Shaky in securing 19th save

    Megill closed the door on his 19th save Sunday, allowing two runs on two hits while striking out one over one inning against the Twins.

    Megill entered the ninth with a three-run lead but managed to make things interesting, allowing a leadoff homer to Byron Buxton followed by a Max Kepler double. While Kepler eventually came around to score on a groundout, Megill retired the final three batters to finish off his 19th save. Sunday marked the second time in three appearances that Megill has allowed two runs after having allowed no more than one earned run during any of his previous 31 appearances.

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  • Brewers' Aaron Civale: Roughed up in no-decision

    Civale did not factor into the decision Sunday, allowing five runs on four hits and four walks over 4.1 innings against the Twins. He struck out four.

    Civale allowed homers to Byron Buxton and Trevor Larnach, with Larnach's two-run blast in the fifth representing the biggest blow. The five runs allowed represented the most Civale has given up since the beginning of May. It was also the second time he's allowed multiple homers over his first three starts in Milwaukee, matching his previous total through the first 17 outings when he was still a member of the Rays. Civale has compiled 15.2 innings since joining the Brewers, carrying a 5.74 ERA and 1.53 WHIP. He is slated for a much softer matchup in his next start, tentatively slated to take place at home against the Marlins.

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  • Brewers' Tyler Jay: Shipped to Milwaukee

    The Brewers acquired Jay from the Mets on Sunday in exchange for minor-league pitcher TJ Shook, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Jay was subsequently optioned to Triple-A Nashville.

    Jay was designated for assignment by New York on Wednesday, and Milwaukee elected to acquire him via trade rather than risk another team claiming him off waivers. The left-hander has just three big-league appearances under his belt but has pitched to a 2.40 ERA, 1.02 WHIP and 30:4 K:BB across 41.1 innings at the Triple-A level this year.

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  • Brewers' Juan Baez: Returns to action at Single-A

    Single-A Carolina reinstated Baez (undisclosed) from its 7-day injured list Friday.

    Baez returned to the Carolina lineup Saturday, going 1-for-3 with a double and a run in the club's 2-1 win over Lynchburg. The 19-year-old had been on the shelf for just under two months with the unspecified injury.

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  • Brewers' Eric Haase: Gets sixth start of season

    Haase will start at catcher and bat ninth in Sunday's game against the Twins.

    Haase has now started in just six of the Brewers' 19 games since he was called up from Triple-A Nashville on June 26. Though his playing time is expected to remain sparse while All-Star catcher William Contreras is healthy, Haase has made the most of his limited opportunities thus far, going 6-for-17 with a home run, a walk, five RBI and two runs through his first five games with Milwaukee.

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Team Statistical Rankings

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Player Injury
C. Yelich LF Christian Yelich LF Back
D. Williams RP Devin Williams RP Back
D. Hall SP DL Hall SP Knee
B. Woodruff SP Brandon Woodruff SP Shoulder
R. Gasser SP Robert Gasser SP Elbow

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