Rymer Liriano

#79 RF / Milwaukee Brewers / EXP: 1YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 211 lb Age: 24 College: None Bats/Throws R/R

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    INJURY ALERT: DL | Face | Expected to be out until at least Jul 1
    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Brewers' Rymer Liriano: Placed on 60-day DL

      Liriano (face) was transferred to the 60-day disabled list Saturday. The Brewers added some help in the bullpen Saturday with the signing of Carlos Torres, so the organization cleared a 40-man roster spot by transferring Liriano from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day. Liriano suffered multiple facial fractures after being hit by a pitch in the face during spring training. He is not expected back until late in the first half of the season.

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      Brewers' Rymer Liriano: Placed on 15-day DL

      Liriano (face) was placed on the 15-day disabled list Thursday, retroactive to March 25. Liriano had surgery Tuesday to repair multiple facial fractures. He'll likely miss a good chunk of the season, and he may eventually be moved to the 60-man disabled list to free up a spot on the 40-man roster.

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      Brewers' Rymer Liriano: Undergoes surgery Tuesday

      Liriano had facial surgery Tuesday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Manager Craig Counsell added that everything went as expected with the procedure, but at this point Liriano remains without a clear timetable. He'll start the season on the disabled list and likely faces a lengthy recovery after suffering multiple facial fractures.

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      Brewers' Rymer Liriano: To undergo facial plastic surgery Tuesday

      Liriano (face) will receive plastic surgery on Tuesday to repair his facial fractures, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Liriano's timetable to return is still unknown, but the plastic surgery is the first step in what could be a significantly long recovery process.

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      Brewers' Rymer Liriano: Diagnosed with multiple facial fractures

      Liriano was diagnosed with multiple facial fractures as a result of being hit in the face by a pitch in Sunday's spring game, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The full extent of the damage to Liriano's face is not certain, but the injuries will require a lengthy recover period. Liriano was competing for a spot in the Brewers' outfield, but his setback takes him out of the running, and means he will open the season on the disabled list. It remains to be seen when he will be ready to resume baseball activities.

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      Brewers' Rymer Liriano: Takes pitch to face

      Liriano took a pitch to the face during Sunday's Cactus League outing against the Dodgers, Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register reports. Liriano was struck just below the brim of his helmet, exhibiting swelling in the region as he was tended to on the ground. Ultimately, a brace was placed on his neck, and a cart was required to remove him from the field. The Brewers will likely order up a battery of tests to determine the extent of the damage, but a lengthy absence is almost assuredly on the docket for the 24-year-old reserve outfielder.

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      Brewers' Rymer Liriano: Off to a strong start in spring training

      Liriano is 2-for-5 with a run, an RBI, and two walks in three spring games with the Brewers. Liriano is one of the many candidates for the Brewers' center field job, their most crowded spring training competition. He's definitely making a strong case for his services, as both of his hits were extra base hits and his plate discipline is fairly good thus far.

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      Brewers' Rymer Liriano: Acquired by Brewers on Thursday

      Liriano was acquired by the Brewers on Thursday. Liriano was recently designated for assignment by the Padres despite having a .843 OPS, 14 homers, and 18 stolen bases with Triple-A El Paso. The Brewers gave up left-handed pitcher Trevor Seidenberger in exchange for Liriano. With the influx of outfield prospects who came from Houston last summer, Liriano may be a short-term solution until Brett Phillips and Domingo Santana are fully major-league ready, but he'll likely have a legitimate shot at cracking the Opening Day roster if he has a strong spring.

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      Padres' Rymer Liriano: DFA'd to open spot for Alexei Ramirez

      Liriano was designated for assignment Friday to make room for the newly signed Alexei Ramirez. This is a curious decision to say the least for the Padres, given that Liriano is still only 24 and hit .292/.383/.460 at Triple-A last year to go along with a rough major league debut. Considering the departure of Will Venable and Justin Upton, there was a good chance that Liriano could have made the Opening Day roster. The former Top 100 prospect will likely be claimed on waivers, so he should be on a new team soon.

    • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

      Padres option Rymer Liriano, Alex Dickerson to Triple-A

      The Padres have optioned outfielders Rymer Liriano and Alex Dickerson to Triple-A El Paso, the team announced Wednesday. Liriano played 12 games in the Cactus League this spring, going 4 for 17 with one double and one home run. Dickerson saw just eight games of action, going 3 for 14 with one double and one triple. The team also re-assigned outfielder Rico Noel to minor-league camp Wednesday.