Garcia went 2-for-4 with a double and a stolen base in a 1-0 victory over the Cubs on Friday.
Garcia contributed half of his team's hits from the leadoff spot. The contest brought his season average to .248 and he's now 7-for-15 with seven walks in his last seven games. That being said, the 29-year-old is slugging a weak .368 and resides in the bottom 15 percent in exit velocity.
Garcia went 2-for-4 with two doubles, three runs, two RBI and two walks during Wednesday's 19-0 win at Detroit.
The 29-year-old entered Wednesday's contest 7-for-37 and without a multi-hit effort in his past 13 contests, but he and the rest of the Brewers' offense broke out against the Tigers. Garcia has a .237/.351/.360 slash line with two homers, eight doubles, 17 runs and 14 RBI in 34 games.
Garcia (hamstring) is back in action Tuesday against the Tigers, batting sixth and playing center field.
Garcia had been sidelined for three straight games with a hamstring issue, an absence which came shortly after another three-game absence due to an ankle injury. Perhaps due to those nagging injuries, he's hitting just .176/.317/.206 over his last 12 games.
Garcia (hamstring) is not in Sunday's starting lineup against Cleveland.
Garcia will miss his third straight contest due to a hamstring injury. He was originally ruled out for both Friday and Saturday, but he is still not ready to return. Tyrone Taylor is starting in center field and batting eighth in Garcia's place.
Garcia is dealing with a hamstring injury and is expected to be out of the lineup until at least Sunday, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Garcia presumably picked up the hamstring injury during Wednesday's win over the Tigers as he went 0-for-1 with two walks and a hit by pitch, and he'll miss at least two contests as a result. Ben Gamel starts in center field for the Brewers on Friday.
Garcia (ankle) is starting Tuesday against the Tigers.
Garcia missed three consecutive games while tending to an ankle injury, but he's back in action for the series opener against Detroit. The 29-year-old has a career-low .656 OPS to begin the season.
Garcia (ankle) isn't in Monday's lineup against the Pirates.
Garcia will remain out of the lineup for the third straight game as he continues to deal with an ankle injury. He was able to serve as a pinch hitter Saturday, but he tweaked the injury during that appearance. Ben Gamel will start in center field with Jace Peterson starting in right.
Garcia (ankle) is not in the lineup Sunday against the Pirates.
The 29-year-old picked up the right ankle injury Friday and tweaked it during a pinch-hit appearance Saturday, and he won't return to the starting lineup Sunday. Garcia should be considered day-to-day until the Brewers indicate otherwise. Ben Gamel will shift to center field, with Mark Mathias starting in right.
Garcia is dealing with an ankle injury, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
The 29-year-old suffered the injury Friday and didn't start Saturday's contest, though he did pinch hit and deliver a two-run double to give the Brewers the lead, only to tweak the ankle rounding first base. Garcia remained in the game after being checked by the athletic trainer, so it doesn't appear to be a serious issue. Still, he figures to receive another day off if the injury remains bothersome Sunday.
Garcia isn't in Saturday's lineup against the Pirates.
Garcia is hitless in his last six at-bats, and he'll get a day off for the second game of the team's series against the Pirates. Ben Gamel will start in center field in his place.
Garcia is out of the lineup Friday against the Pirates.
Garcia started the past 12 games and will take a seat after positing a .657 OPS during that stretch. Ben Gamel will slide to center field Friday, while Brock Holt starts in right.
Garcia went 2-for-4 with a home run and a season-high four RBI in Wednesday's victory over the Twins.
Garcia recorded multiple hits for the third time in eight games and nearly doubled his RBI total on the season. Garcia has bounced around the batting order in his first year with the Brewers, but he has settled into an everyday role in center field, starting all but two games there since Lorenzo Cain announced he was opting out of the remainder of the season.
Garcia went 3-for-4 with a solo home run in Tuesday's 6-4 win over the Twins.
He drove the second pitch he saw from Tyler Clippard into the second deck in left field for a leadoff homer. Garcia's blast was his first of the year, and he's now slashing .255/.352/.383 through 13 games.
Garcia (forearm) will be in the lineup Saturday against Cincinnati, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.
Garcia was struck in the forearm by a pitch Thursday and sat out Friday's contest, but he's dealing with nothing worse than soreness and will be able to return after a very brief absence. He's gotten on base well to start the season but hasn't shown much power, hitting .258/.395/.355 through nine games.
Garcia is not starting Friday against the Reds due to forearm soreness.
Garcia was hit by a pitch on the forearm in Thursday's win against the White Sox, and he'll be held out as he's still sore. Manager Craig Counsell said prior to the game that Garcia is considered day-to-day. Ben Gamel will take over in center field with Mark Mathias starting in right field Friday.
Garcia went 2-for-4 with a double and three RBI in Monday's 6-4 loss to the White Sox.
His two-bagger in the first inning brought home Christian Yelich, and Garcia then added a two-run single in the fifth to give the Brewers their only lead of the game. The 29-year-old is batting .300 (6-for-15) through his first six games for Milwaukee, but Garcia is still looking for his first homer of the year.
Garcia is not in Sunday's lineup against the Cubs.
He is 1-for-8 with four strikeouts through two games. Ben Gamel will get the start in right field while batting eighth.
Garcia has gone 3-for-19 (.158) with two runs and a 2:7 BB:K over eight games this spring.
Garcia had not found his swing when exhibition games were halted, but he will have plenty of time to do so before action resumes. He remains on track to open the season sharing right-field duties with Ryan Braun in some fashion, and will presumably slide over to center or left field whenever fellow outfielders Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain need a day off.
Garcia is expected to share time in right field with Ryan Braun in 2020, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
In order to maximize the defensive skills of Garcia, Milwaukee is planning to shift Christian Yelich to left field in 2020 while Garcia and Braun share time in right field. Garcia, who signed a two-year contract with the Brewers in the offseason, is also expected to spell Lorenzo Cain in center field on occasion, while Braun should see time at first base in order to maximize both of their at-bats.
Garcia signed a two-year, $20 million deal with the Brewers on Monday, Jon Heyman of MLB Network reports.
After a slow start to his career, Garcia has hit well in two of the last three seasons, posting a .330/.380/.506 line for the White Sox in 2017 and a .282/.332/.464 line for the Rays last season. He hit a career-best 20 homers last season and could be in line to beat that number this season in a much more hitter-friendly home park, though his playing time may depend in part on how often Ryan Braun moves in to play first base. Garcia's contract contains a club option for the 2022 season.
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