Taylor (hamstring) is 3-for-13 (.231) over five games since joining Double-A Biloxi. Taylor missed the early part of this season while recovering from a hamstring strain, but he returned to game action with the Brewers' Arizona League squad in late June and has not experienced any setbacks since. Taylor was once one of the Brewers' top prospects, but he struggled with the bat the last couple of years, and will look to get back on track over the rest of the current campaign.
Taylor will miss 4-6 weeks with a strained hamstring, Chris Harris of the Biloxi Shuckers Media Relations Department reports. The outfield prospect has already missed a good portion of spring training with an oblique issue and it appears he'll be missing a bit more time with the latest ailment. Taylor has played at least 128 games with Double-A Biloxi over the last two seasons, but struggled to a .232 average last year.
Taylor is dealing with an oblique injury he suffered earlier in camp, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The specifics of the injury still aren't known, but it doesn't seem to be overly serious. Oblique injuries can linger, so Taylor likely will need some time before he gets back in action.