Dubon has gone 8-for-21 (.381) with three home runs, six RBI and a stolen base over his last five games with Triple-A San Antonio. Dubon owned a .641 OPS as recently as May 8, but his recent hot stretch has raised that mark nearly 100 points to a more respectable .735. Dubon is on the Brewers' 40-man roster, which helps his chances of making his big-league debut at some point this season; however, fellow prospect Keston Hiura was called up over him recently, and veteran infielder Tyler Saladino is also on the 40-man, so Dubon will probably have to wait a bit.
Dubon went 5-for-7 with a double, four runs and three steals over his last two games with Triple-A San Antonio. Dubon missed almost all of last season after tearing his ACL in May, but his recovery went as expected, and he was able to make it back for the start of this year's minor-league season. Dubon was on the verge of making his big-league debut last year at the time of his injury, so chances are that will occur at some point this season. Over 490 games and 1,881 at-bats in the minors, Dubon has been successful on 120 of his 162 stolen-base attempts -- good for a 74.1 percent success rate -- and is hitting an even .300 with a .349 OBP.
Dubon (illness) will serve as the designated hitter Saturday in a minor-league game with Triple-A San Antonio. Dubon's availability for the contest confirms that he's continued to progress well in his recovery from an intestinal illness and should be ready to go when San Antonio starts its regular season in April. The 24-year-old will probably make his MLB debut at some point in 2019 but isn't likely to be anything more than a utility man.
Dubon (illness) is expected to be ready for the start of the Triple-A season, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. An intestinal illness cost Dubon much of the spring, and he has been working on putting back on all the weight he lost via the illness. The San Antonio Missions begin the season April 4 in Oklahoma City. He will likely join the Brewers at some point this season as a bench option if he stays healthy.
The Brewers optioned Dubon (illness) to their minor-league camp Wednesday. Dubon was never a likely candidate to break camp with the Brewers after playing only 27 games at Triple-A Colorado Springs in 2018 before suffering a season-ending ACL tear. The shortstop reported to camp fully healthy but saw minimal action before succumbing to an intestinal illness that required a brief stay in the hospital. Dubon has since resumed baseball activities and is expected to be ready to handle a full-time role when the Brewers' new Triple-A affiliate in San Antonio begins its season.