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  • Brewers' Esteury Ruiz: Sent down Thursday

    Ruiz was optioned to Triple-A Nashville on Thursday. Ruiz was called up by Milwaukee at the beginning of September, and he went 0-for-8 with two runs, a walk and two strikeouts over three games with the major-league club. However, he'll head back to the minors after Mike Brosseau (oblique) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Thursday.
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  • Brewers' Esteury Ruiz: Called up by Milwaukee

    Ruiz was recalled from Triple-A Nashville on Thursday. The 23-year-old was traded from San Diego to Milwaukee at the beginning of August as part of the deal that sent Josh Hader to the Padres, but Ruiz spent the first month with his new organization at the Triple-A level. He slashed .326/.383/.395 with six doubles, 16 runs, five RBI and 10 stolen bases over 22 games at Nashville and will join the major-league squad to provide additional depth now that active rosters have expanded to 28 players.
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  • Brewers' Esteury Ruiz: Triple-A-bound in new organization

    The Brewers optioned Ruiz to Triple-A Nashville after acquiring him from the Padres on Monday, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Along with Ruiz, the Brewers received left-handers Taylor Rogers and Robert Gasser and right-hander Dinelson Lamet in exchange for All-Star closer Josh Hader. Though Rogers and Lamet will report to the big club, the Brewers don't have enough spots available on the active roster at the moment for Ruiz, who had been filling a depth role out of the San Diego outfield following his somewhat surprising call-up from the minors July 12. The 23-year-old skyrocketed up prospect lists earlier this season after showing a refined approach at the plate to go along with some elite production on the basepaths. Between previous stops at Triple-A El Paso and Double-A San Antonio this season, Ruiz got on base at a .467 clip and racked up 38 extra-base hits and 60 stolen bases in 373 plate appearances.
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  • Brewers' Esteury Ruiz: Joins Milwaukee in five-player deal

    The Brewers acquired Ruiz, left-handers Taylor Rogers and Robert Gasser and right-hander Dinelson Lamet from the Padres on Monday in exchange for lefty Josh Hader, Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports. While parting ways with their four-time All-Star closer, the Brewers will get back a significant package of established big-league talent and prospects, with Ruiz potentially representing the top prize of them all. Before receiving his first promotion to the majors July 12, Ruiz slashed a magnificent .333/.467/.560 with 13 home runs and a whopping 60 stolen bases (in 69 attempts) over 373 plate appearances between Double-A San Antonio and Triple-A El Paso. Ruiz has settled into more of a part-time role in San Diego, but he could threaten Tyrone Taylor's standing atop the depth chart in center field as he moves on to Milwaukee.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Playing time dwindling

    Ruiz will start in right field and bat seventh in Wednesday's game against the Tigers. Though he'll be included in the lineup for the series finale, the 23-year-old rookie is starting for only the second time in seven games and looks like he'll be stuck in a short-side platoon role for the time being. The Padres could welcome Wil Myers (knee) back from the 10-day injured list later this week, at which point Ruiz could be a natural candidate to get optioned back to Triple-A El Paso in a corresponding move.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Takes seat Sunday

    Ruiz is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks. Ruiz will head to the bench for the Friars' final contest before the All-Star break after he went 5-for-18 with a pair of extra-base hits, two RBI, one run and one stolen base while starting in each of his first five games following his promotion from Triple-A El Paso earlier in the week. Considering Ruiz swiped 60 bags between stops at Triple-A and Double-A San Antonio prior to his call-up, he may be worth a flier for fantasy managers in deeper mixed leagues looking to add some speed to their rosters.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Swipes first big-league bag

    Ruiz went 1-for-4 with a double, a run and a stolen base in Thursday's loss to Colorado. Ruiz doubled and stole third base in the third inning, and he came around to score on a sacrifice fly. The aggressive baserunning was a good sign for fantasy managers who are hoping the rookie can be a difference-maker in the stolen-base category. The theft was his first in the majors after he swiped 60 bags in 69 attempts between Double-A and Triple-A prior to his recent call-up.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Getting everyday look

    Ruiz will start in left field and bat eighth in Thursday's game against the Rockies. After making his MLB debut in center field Tuesday, Ruiz will now pick up his second straight start in left field while Jose Azocar remains on the bench. The speedy 23-year-old rookie looks like he'll be a regular in the San Diego lineup until the Padres get one of Jurickson Profar (concussion) or Wil Myers (knee) back from the injured list.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Two hits in debut

    Ruiz went 2-for-4 with an RBI in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Rockies. He was also caught stealing once. Ruiz hit a single in his first major-league at-bat. He added an RBI single in the eighth inning, but he was caught attempting to steal third to end the frame. The 23-year-old will likely be a huge speed asset when in the lineup -- he's logged 60 stolen bases in 77 games between Double-A and Triple-A action this season. He figures to get a chance to challenge for playing time primarily in left field with Jurickson Profar (concussion) out, though Ruiz started in center field in his big-league debut Tuesday to give Trent Grisham a partial day off.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Batting eighth in MLB debut

    Ruiz had his contract selected from Triple-A El Paso by the Padres and will start in center field and bat eighth Tuesday against the Rockies, Kevin Acee of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. One of San Diego's top prospects, Ruiz will make his major-league debut Tuesday after appearing in only 28 games at the Triple-A level. The 23-year-old began the season with Double-A San Antonio and posted a 1.085 OPS to earn a promotion, and he responded with a .315/.457/.477 slash line with El Paso. His main fantasy appeal comes from his speed, however, as he collected a whopping 60 stolen bases in 69 attempts over 77 games between the two minor-league stops. The Padres are likely to give him a look in an everyday role while he's up with the big club.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Making big-league debut Tuesday

    Ruiz will be in the Padres' lineup for Tuesday's game against the Rockies, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com reports. Ruiz has not yet been called up by the Padres, but manager Bob Melvin revealed that he will both join the big club and make his big-league debut Tuesday night.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Steals in seven straight

    Ruiz has stolen at least one base in seven consecutive games for Triple-A El Paso and is now hitting .333/.471/.521 with four homers and 20 swipes in 24 games since being promoted. The power production has fallen off recently -- he actually hasn't homered since June 15 -- but speed rarely slumps, and the 23-year-old just keeps getting on base at a terrific pace. Ruiz has now collected a whopping 57 steals in his Double-A and Triple-A action this year, and he's posted almost identical strikeout and walk numbers at both levels. There's obvious potential for massive fantasy impact here once the Padres see fit to bring him up, though they've given no indication of when that might occur.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Popping in Triple-A

    Ruiz has posted a .375/.500/.661 slash line with four homers, 11 steals and an 8:14 BB:K through 14 games since his promotion to Triple-A El Paso. After putting up a 1.085 OPS in Double-A, he has a 1.161 OPS at his new level, and Ruiz has a ridiculous 48 stolen bases to go with 13 homers on the season. The question now is when he gets the call to the big leagues and where he plays. Right field could be a temporary fit with Wil Myers hurt, and both Jurickson Profar and Trent Grisham have been short of spectacular at the dish. Regardless of whose playing time he takes, it's clear that Ruiz has earned a shot with the Padres.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Promoted to Triple-A

    Ruiz was promoted to Triple-A El Paso on Tuesday and is 1-for-7 with a home run, three walks and three strikeouts through two games. The 23-year-old outfielder needed a challenge after hitting .344/.474/.611 with nine home runs and 37 steals in 49 games at Double-A. He is not on the 40-man roster, but if he carries that success over at Triple-A, he could make his big-league debut in the second half.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Crushing Double-A competition

    Through 16 games with Double-A San Antonio, Ruiz is hitting .386/.540/.614 with two homers, 12 steals, 13 RBI and 18 runs. He's always been known for the swing-and-miss in his game, but Ruiz quietly trimmed his strikeout rate in Double-A last year -- and this year, he's cut it more while drawing a startling number of walks (15:13 BB:K). The batting average will normalize as the 23-year-old's ridiculous .476 BABIP comes down, but Ruiz is showing that he's got more of an idea at the dish these days. Considering that he's now played 100 career games at Double-A, it wouldn't be surprising to see him jump to Triple-A soon; at the least, he bears watching to see whether he'll be able to carry this success forward to a higher level of baseball.
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  • Padres' Esteury Ruiz: Fourth in Midwest League with 37 steals

    Ruiz is hitting .247/.315/.406 with 11 home runs and 37 steals (on 45 attempts) in 415 plate appearances for Low-A Fort Wayne. Ruiz is a pretty complicated prospect to evaluate for dynasty leagues. On one hand, he has the look of a power/speed middle infielder, and his stolen-base totals are particularly alluring. That said, he doesn't grade out as a plus runner, so we can't expect that type of production in the majors. He also sports a 29.4 percent strikeout rate and 51 percent pull rate, so that .247 batting average looks like an accurate gauge of his hit tool.
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