Brinson is hitting .326/.382/.528 with four home runs, 13 RBI, and four steals through 21 games with Triple-A Colorado Springs this season.
Brinson has hit all season for Colorado Springs -- the best evidence being the fact he has recorded at least one hit in all but two of his 21 games in 2017 -- and currently owns an impressive .910 OPS. While Brinson is pushing on the door to join the big-league squad, the Brewers seem content to let him continue punishing Triple-A pitching for now, or at least until they are safely past the Super Two cutoff or a regular spot in the outfield opens up for him.
Brinson went 4-for-6 with a home run, a double, and five RBI in a game with Triple-A Colorado Springs on Tuesday.
Brinson missed a week of action earlier this month due to a finger injury, but he has recorded at least one hit in all five games since his Apr. 13 return, and now owns a .357/.379/.679 slash line in six games this season. He appears ready to show what he can do at the big league level -- he owns a 1.040 OPS over 37 career Triple-A games -- but it seems unlikely he will be called up until a spot opens up for him to see regular playing time.
Brinson (finger) went 1-for-5 with a home run in a game with Triple-A Colorado Springs on Thursday.
Brinson missed nearly a week of action after injuring his finger April 6, but he has recovered from his setback and will resume his role as Colorado Springs' regular center fielder.
Brinson has a dislocated left pinkie finger from his headfirst slide into second base Thursday night, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The Brewers' top prospect appears to have avoided any major breaks or ligament damage, but it's still an injury that could keep him out for a bit despite the fact that it's on his glove-hand. Consider Brinson day-to-day for the time being.
Brinson left in the fifth inning after jamming his finger while attempting to steal second Thursday, USA Today's Jordan Schelling reports.
He suffered the injury while sliding head-first into second base. Brinson went 1-for-2 with a walk and a strikeout before leaving the first game of the season for Triple-A Colorado Springs. He should be considered day-to-day for now.
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|2015||AFA-High Desert Maverick||64||258||51||87||22||7||13||42||31||64||13||6||.416||.628||.337|