The Brewers will recall Reyes from Triple-A Nashville prior to Tuesday's game against the Pirates, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. He'll join the active roster as a replacement for Jace Peterson, who was placed on the COVID-19-related injured list after being deemed a close contact of Christian Yelich, who tested positive for the virus. While he's up with Milwaukee, Reyes is expected to serve as a utility man, with most of his starting opportunities likely to come against left-handed pitching.
Reyes was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on Friday. Reyes is no longer needed with Kolten Wong (calf) returning from the injured list. Reyes has bounced between the majors and minors throughout the season but has done little to stake a claim to a regular role, hitting .212/.255/.250 in 55 trips to the plate.
Reyes was recalled from Triple-A Nashville prior to Friday's game against the Pirates. Reyes was called up Monday but was sent down Wednesday after getting just one at-bat. He'll now return to the big club as Kolten Wong (calf) heads to the injured list. Reyes should serve in a utility role going forward.
Reyes was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on Wednesday. Reyes was called up by the Brewers on Monday, and he went 0-for-1 in his lone appearance as a pinch hitter during his time in the majors. He'll head back to the Triple-A club but could be an option to return to the Brewers as utility depth at some point.
Reyes was recalled by the Brewers on Monday. Reyes appeared in five minor-league games since he was sent down, and he went 4-for-19 with three doubles, three runs, two walks and four strikeouts during that time. He'll now rejoin the major-league club and should mainly serve in a depth role going forward.