Tyler Saladino

SS / Milwaukee Brewers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Tyler Saladino: To play in Korea

      Tyler Saladino agreed to a contract to play with the Samsung Lions of the KBO on Tuesday, Dan Kurtz of MyKBO.net reports.He receives a $100,000 signing bonus, a $700,000 base salary and up to $100,000 in incentives. Saladino saw time with the Brewers as a utility infielder in 2019, hitting .123 with two home runs, two steals and a 36.6 percent strikeout rate in 71 plate appearances.

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      Tyler Saladino: Heads to free agency

      Tyler Saladino (shoulder) was non-tendered by the Brewers on Monday.Saladino has proven valuable as a utility player for the Brewers over the last two seasons, but the two sides were unable to come to terms on a deal. He hit .123 with two home runs (both grand slams) and two stolen bases in 28 contests with Milwaukee last year.

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      Brewers' Tyler Saladino: Done for season

      Tyler Saladino is dealing with recurring shoulder soreness and is done for the season, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.Saladino was on the verge of joining the Milwaukee Brewers for the stretch run, but he apparently suffered some sort of setback with his injured shoulder, and will not play again this season.

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      Brewers' Tyler Saladino: Scratched from minor-league game

      Tyler Saladino (shoulder) was scratched from the lineup at Double-A Biloxi on Saturday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.Saladino has been battling a shoulder issue since late August. He appeared to be ready to return to game action but evidently needs at least a little more time.

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      Brewers' Tyler Saladino: Healthy in minors

      Tyler Saladino (shoulder) has been transferred to Double-A Biloxi and will be active for Saturday's game at Jackson.This move sends Saladino to a Milwaukee Brewers affiliate that is still playing playoff games and signals that he is close to rejoining the big-league roster. Once he is back in the majors, Saladino will serve as a utility infielder off the bench.

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      Brewers' Tyler Saladino: Not ready for baseball activities

      Tyler Saladino has yet to resume baseball activities since receiving a cortisone shot in his left shoulder Aug. 27, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.Most players are usually cleared to ramp up activities within a few days after receiving injections, but Saladino's lack of advancement in the rehab program suggests the shot didn't completely alleviate the pain he had been experiencing in his shoulder. Unless his condition takes a rapid turn for the better in the near future, Saladino looks unlikely to receive a callup from Triple-A San Antonio before the Milwaukee Brewers' regular-season finale Sept. 29.

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      Brewers' Tyler Saladino: Receives cortisone shot

      Tyler Saladino received a cortisone shot in his left shoulder Tuesday and will head to Arizona for rehab, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.While Saldino's minor-league campaign has likely come to an end, it still seems possible he could re-emerge with Milwaukee in September when rosters expand. The details surrounding his shoulder injury remain murky.

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      Brewers' Tyler Saladino: Undergoes MRI

      Tyler Saladino underwent an MRI on his shoulder Monday, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.Saladino, who was sent to Triple-A San Antonio at the start of August, hasn't played since Tuesday due to the shoulder issue. The exact nature and severity of the problem should become clear once the results of the test are known.

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      Brewers' Tyler Saladino: Sent to minors

      Tyler Saladino was optioned to Triple-A San Antonio on Thursday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.Saladino struggled mightily during his most recent stint with the Milwaukee Brewers, slashing .127/.203/.222 with two home runs and two stolen bases in 26 games. Prospect Trent Grisham was summoned from the minors and will take Saladino's spot on the active roster.

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      Brewers' Tyler Saladino: Second grand slam in as many days

      Tyler Saladino hit a grand slam Monday for the second day in a row. He also added a walk and a stolen base in the Milwaukee Brewers' loss to the Reds.Saladino's second grand slam in as many days gave the Brewers a 5-4 lead in the eighth inning, but they were unable to hold the lead in the ninth, and ultimately fell to the Reds. Saladino tallied just four hits over his first 43 at-bats with the Brewers this season, but he's now tallied three base knocks over his last four games, including the two big flies. Saladino has started 13 times in 21 games since being recalled June 28, and his showing the last couple days could help him continue playing semi-frequently.