Victor Roache

OF / Milwaukee Brewers / EXP: 0YRS / MINORS Height: 6-1 Weight: 225 lb Age: 25 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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    • Brewers' Victor Roache: Will be out another 10 days
      By RotoWire Staff

      Roache (calf) will miss another 10 days with a strained calf, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Before the 24-year-old was placed on the 7-day DL, he was batting .243/.337/.412 with four home runs and 15 RBI for Double-A Biloxi in 2016. Roache should return to the diamond soon, and has a chance to be called up to Triple-A before the season comes to an end.

    • Roache went 2-for-3 with one RBI and a walk in the second game of a doubleheader on Thursday. Roache is batting .248/.336/.434 with Double-A Biloxi this season. The 24-year-old has struggled throughout his career with strikeouts, and this trait has been on display in 2016, as Roache has been struck out 37 times during 39 games. Although he has regressed since his hot start to the year, Roache could see some time in Triple-A this season if he can improve upon his plate discipline and find his groove again.

    • Roache owns a .333/.389/.606 slash line to go along with a home run, six doubles, and four RBI through 11 games with Double-A Biloxi. Roache is off to a fast start this season, as each of his three slash line averages is exceedingly better than his career norms. He has not played a full season at the Double-A level yet, but he is in his age-24 season, so he has a shot to see Triple-A action this year if he continues to hit.

    • Victor Roache homers in first pro at-bat
      By Michael Hurcomb

      Brewers outfield prospect Victor Roache became the second-to-last position player from the first round of the 2012 draft to make his pro debut when he suited up for Class A Wisconsin Sunday. The 28th overall pick in last year's draft made it a memorable performance. Roache clubbed a two-run homer in his first at-bat. He finished 1 for 3 with one walk, two strikeouts and two runs. "That felt really good. I had a little butterflies, but mainly I wanted to go up there and just get the bat on the ball, hopefully drive one," he told "Thankfully it got up and got out of here." Roache, who led the NCAA with 30 home runs for Georgia Southern in 2011, broke his left wrist last February and Sunday was the first time since his injury he returned to the field in a competitive situation. "It was a very long process, long and slow, total of seven months recovery and rehab," Roache said. "I was ready to go in spring training, swinging the bat well. And then my hamstring kind of tightened up on me the last couple days and I went to extended spring training just to make sure it was 100 percent."

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