The Brewers optioned Hart to Triple-A San Antonio on Thursday. As one of the few members of the Milwaukee bullpen with minor-league options remaining, Hart will head to Triple-A as the Brewers exchange him for a fresher relief arm (Taylor Williams) ahead of Thursday's series finale with the Rockies. Hart was one of six pitchers used in the Brewers' bullpen game Wednesday and was by far the most effective, blanking Colorado over three innings while allowing only two baserunners.
Hart was recalled from Triple-A San Antonio on Monday. Hart will take the roster spot of Aaron Wilkerson (foot), who landed on the injured list Monday. The 28-year-old Hart has made two appearances for the Brewers this season, allowing two hits and four walks across 2.1 scoreless frames. The southpaw should fill a middle-relief role during his time with the big club.
Hart was optioned to Triple-A San Antonio on Monday. Hart spent three days on the big-league roster, throwing 2.1 scoreless innings across a pair of appearances but walking four batters while striking out none. He'll make room on the roster for Adrian Houser, who was called up ahead of his scheduled start against the Cardinals.
Hart was recalled from Triple-A San Antonio on Friday. Hart was picked up by Milwaukee at the beginning of April and immediately sent to the minors, where he posted a 6.00 ERA with four punchouts over three innings. Although his numbers haven't been impressive while with the Missions, he'll aim to provide the Brewers with some much-needed depth out of the bullpen during his time in the big leagues.
Hart was claimed off waivers by the Brewers on Thursday and subsequently optioned to Triple-A San Antonio. Hart spent the majority of the 2018 campaign with Triple-A Norfolk, compiling a 2.41 ERA and 45:10 K:BB across 41 innings (three starts, 29 relief appearances). The 28-year-old has appeared in the majors each of the last three seasons, notching a combined 3.43 ERA and 54:31 K:BB in 81.1 innings of relief.