Wong (oblique) will likely be activated during the upcoming series against the Rockies, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The series runs from Thursday through Sunday, so there is still some uncertainty about Wong's exact return date. He was hitting well before the injury, going 7-for-22 with two homers and two doubles in his last six games, and Wong will likely be near the top of Milwaukee's lineup once activated.
Wong (oblique) took batting practice on the field Monday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
The 30-year-old has been sidelined nearly two weeks with a strained left oblique, and his return to full swings is a significant step in his rehab work. It was previously reported Wong is expected to be activated during the upcoming seven-game road trip, which runs Thursday through next Wednesday, and that timeline is feasible if he remains on his current progression.
Wong (oblique) is expected to return during the Brewers' next road trip, which begins June 17 in Colorado and runs through June 23 in Arizona, Ryan Herrera of MLB.com reports.
A return in Coors Field would certainly be welcomed by those who have Wong in leagues with mid-week substitutions or daily roster moves. He has been out since June 3 with a left oblique strain. Wong started hitting off a tee June 10.
Manager Craig Counsell said Wong (oblique) is expected to return from the injured list before the end of June, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.
Counsell indicated Lorenzo Cain (hamstring) won't be activated until at least July 1, but Wong is expected back sooner. The second baseman landed on the shelf with a strained left oblique Friday, which is the second time this season he's dealt with the injury. The 30-year-old missed about two weeks in April the first time around and should be out a bit longer this time after aggravating the injury, though he'll likely return within a month. Luis Urias should continue handling the bulk of the starts at the keystone until Wong is healthy.
Wong was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with a strained left oblique.
Wong was initially considered day-to-day after leaving Thursday's game, but it has now been determined that he will have to go on the injured list for the second time this season due to an oblique issue. Wong missed a little over two weeks with a similar oblique injury in mid-April, and per Will Sammon of The Athletic, this IL stint could be longer in attempt to ensure the issue doesn't arise for a third time. With that said, a late-June return figures to be the earliest the second baseman could return to the Milwaukee lineup.
Wong (oblique) is considered day-to-day after he left Thursday's win over the Diamondbacks in the third inning, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.
Manager Craig Counsell said after the game that Wong's injury isn't serious, but the team is slightly concerned since it's in the same spot as his April injury that forced him to miss just under two weeks. The 30-year-old will be evaluated again Friday to further determine the severity of the issue.
Wong exited Thursday's game against the Diamondbacks with left oblique discomfort, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.
Wong missed time earlier in the season due to a similar issue, and he was removed from Thursday's matchup after he struck out in the bottom of the third inning. Prior to his departure, he went 0-for-2 with a strikeout. It's not yet clear whether Wong will be forced to miss additional time.
Wong went 2-for-5 with two home runs and three RBI in Tuesday's 10-7 loss to the Tigers.
The two teams combined for nine long balls on the night, and Wong took advantage of the conditions to double his homer total on the season. Since getting a breather May 22 after he was hit by a pitch the day before, the second baseman has slashed .333/.350/.615 over his last 10 games with two homers, two steals, seven runs and nine RBI.
Wong went 1-for-1 with a walk, a run scored and two stolen bases Thursday against the Padres.
Wong wasn't in the starting lineup but entered the game as a defensive replacement in the seventh inning. He led off the in the bottom of the same frame with an infield single and proceeded to steal both second and third before coming around to score. He now has five stolen bases on the season, though he's also been caught twice.
Wong isn't starting Thursday's game against the Padres, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Wong will get a breather after he went 0-for-9 with three strikeouts across the last two games. Luis Urias will start at second base and bat sixth.
Wong went 3-for-5 with a double, a triple, two RBI and two runs scored in Sunday's win over the Reds.
Wong has alternated hitless and multi-hit appearances over his last 12 outings, but he has recorded at least three knocks four times during that span. This was one of his most complete performances of the season, though, as he ended just a home run short of the cycle while also plating two of the team's nine runs. He's hitting .280 on the season.
Wong (arm) is starting at second base and batting leadoff Sunday at Cincinnati.
The 30-year-old was held out of Saturday's lineup after being hit by a pitch on the right arm during Friday's contest, but he had X-rays come back negative and will rejoin the lineup after a day off. Wong is 8-for-24 with two doubles, two walks, an RBI, a stolen base and five runs over his past six games.
Wong exited Friday's game against the Reds after getting hit on the right arm by a pitch, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. X-rays were negative, but he was still sore after the game.
He went 0-for-3 with a run scored and a strikeout prior to exiting. Daniel Robertson replaced him at second base, but once newly acquired Willy Adames joins the club, Luis Urias would be the natural fill-in at second base if Wong misses any time.
Wong went 3-for-5 with two doubles, an RBI, one run scored and a stolen base Wednesday against the Royals.
Wong recorded his fifth multi-hit effort in his last 10 games. His production Wednesday was highlighted by two doubles -- he now has nine on the campaign -- and his third stolen base of the season. Wong has maintained a .274/.348/.402 line while also recording 16 runs scored across 132 plate appearances for the season.
Wong went 3-for-5 with three runs scored in Sunday's 10-9 win over Atlanta.
Wong singled three times, including a pair of infield singles, and came around to score each time. It was his fifth multi-hit effort over the last 12 games, but he's been held hitless in the other seven during that span. Wong is slashing .266/.341/.385 with 15 runs scored this season.
Wong went 3-for-5 with a double and a run scored in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Marlins.
The second baseman went 0-for-12 over his prior three games, but his bat perked up Saturday. Since returning from an oblique strain in late April, Wong has gone 20-for-60 (.333) with two homers, one steal, five RBI and 10 runs in 16 contests.
Wong went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run during Wednesday's 6-2 loss to the Marlins.
The 30-year-old took the day off Tuesday and returned to the lineup Wednesday with his second homer of the season during the third inning, though the rest of the offense failed to provide any production. Wong began the season 2-for-19 before landing on the injured list with an oblique issue, but he's 11-for-21 with two homers, three doubles, one stolen base, four RBI and five runs since returning from the injury last week.
Wong will sit Tuesday against the Marlins.
Wong started four straight games after returning from an oblique injury and went on quite a tear, going 10-for-17 at the plate. He'll take a seat Tuesday, with Pablo Reyes starting at second base.
Wong went 2-for-5 with two doubles, an RBI and two runs in Sunday's victory over the Cubs.
Wong missed two weeks earlier this month with an oblique injury, but he has been sizzling since being activated from the injured list Friday, going 7-for-13 (.538) with four extra-base hits in the Brewers' three-game weekend series with the Cubs. With Wong not needing any time to get reacclimated, expect him to continue leading off regularly for the Brewers.
Wong (oblique) was activated from the 10-day injured list Friday, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Wong has been on the injured list since April 10 with an oblique issue, but he'll rejoin the active roster Friday and is expected to start against the Cubs. The 30-year-old is off to a slow start as a member of the Brewers, going 2-for-19 with five walks and two runs through seven games prior to the injury.
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