Bradley went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and an RBI in Sunday's 3-1 loss to the White Sox.
The two extra-base knocks nearly matched Bradley's total (three) from his first 17 games of July combined. Bradley's elite defense in center field continues to earn him regular at-bats, but his career-worst .555 OPS and 29.4 percent strikeout rate will put him at risk of being the odd man out for an everyday role if Lorenzo Cain (hamstring) returns from the injured list during the upcoming week.
Bradley isn't starting Saturday's game against the White Sox.
Bradley will retreat to the bench for the third time in the last four games with left-hander Carlos Rodon starting for the White Sox. Tyrone Taylor will start in center field and bat fifth.
Bradley is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Royals.
The lefty-hitting Bradley will unsurprisingly head to the bench with southpaw Mike Minor on the bump for Kansas City, opening up a spot in the outfield for Tyrone Taylor. Bradley has been able to maintain a regular spot in the lineup versus right-handed pitching, but that could soon come to an end with Lorenzo Cain (hamstring) on pace to return from the 10-day injured list this week. Cain could join Avisail Garcia and Christian Yelich as the Brewers' primary outfielders versus righties.
Bradley went 2-for-5 with two runs and a stolen base Friday in the Brewers' 11-6 win over the Reds.
Bradley headed into the All-Star break on a 3-for-27 slide over his final eight contests, but he was able to get back on track Friday in Milwaukee's come-from-behind victory. Despite the solid showing in the series opener, Bradley is still holding down a middling .171/.254/.283 slash line across 303 plate appearances. Bradley could be relegated to fourth-outfielder duties when Lorenzo Cain (hamstring) likely returns from the injured list next week.
Bradley is not starting Friday against the Reds and lefty Wade Miley.
Bradley enters Friday hitless across his past 12 at-bats. He'll get a chance to try and reset as Tyrone Taylor takes over in center field against the southpaw.
Bradley went 2-for-3 with a home run and a stolen base in Friday's victory over the Pirates.
Bradley struggled at the plate for a good portion of the season, but he has heated up of late, hitting .268/.380/.439 -- good for an .819 OPS -- with five extra-base hits and seven RBI in 50 plate appearances over his last 14 games. He has presumably benefitted from playing regularly with Lorenzo Cain (hamstring) sidelined, and he should continue seeing the field plenty until Cain returns to action.
Bradley is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Diamondbacks.
He'll take a seat with a southpaw (Caleb Smith) on the mound for Arizona. Moving forward, the lefty-hitting Bradley will likely form the strong side of a platoon in center field with the recently activated Tyrone Taylor, who will start Wednesday's contest.
Bradley isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Reds.
Bradley went just 1-for-13 with a double, a stolen base, a walk and five strikeouts across the last four games. Avisail Garcia will shift to center field while Jace Peterson starts in right.
Bradley is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks.
With southpaw Caleb Smith on the hill for Arizona, the lefty-hitting Bradley will take a seat while Brewers manager Craig Counsell stacks up on extra right-handed bats. Tyrone Taylor will replace Bradley in the Milwaukee outfield.
Bradley will start in center field and bat eighth Thursday against the Diamondbacks.
Bradley had been out of the lineup in both of Milwaukee's last two games with lefty starters (Tyler Alexander and Matthew Boyd) on the hill for Detroit, but the 31-year-old should be locked in as the Brewers' primary center fielder against right-handed pitching after Lorenzo Cain (hamstring) moved back to the injured list Tuesday. Though Cain's absence gives Bradley another window of opportunity, the latter has yet to make much of a mark at the plate in his first season in Milwaukee. Over 176 plate appearances, Bradley is holding down a .485 OPS while walking 4.8 percent of the time and striking out 33 percent of the time. All of those figures are career-worst marks by a wide margin.
Bradley went 1-for-3 with a solo home run Wednesday against the Royals.
Bradley took Brad Keller yard in the fourth inning to record his fourth homer of the season. He now has three home runs in his last 15 games after managing only one in his first 23 contests. Despite showcasing some power, Bradley has is still hitting only .089 in that same 23-game span and appears likely to lose playing time with Christian Yelich back in the lineup.
Bradley will remain on the bench Saturday against the Marlins.
Bradley doesn't appear to be part of the Brewers' plans against lefties now that Lorenzo Cain is back from his quadriceps injury. He sat against southpaw Tyler Rogers on Friday and will do so again with another lefty (Daniel Castano) on the mound Saturday.
Bradley is not in the lineup for Friday's game against the Marlins.
Bradley should find himself in the lineup less than he's used to now that Lorenzo Cain is back from a quadriceps injury, though he still has a path to regular playing time given that Christian Yelich (back) landed right back on the injured list just one day after getting activated Monday. Bradley could start losing opportunities due to performance reasons, however, as he's gone 1-for-19 with eight strikeouts over his last six games and owns a .573 OPS on the year. Cain will be the center fielder Friday.
Bradley went 1-for-5 with a two-run home run Tuesday against the Phillies.
Bradley was back in the lineup due to Christian Yelich's (back) return to the injured list. He managed only one hit, but he made it count by hitting his third homer of the season in the seventh inning. Though he'll get more regular playing time in Yelich's absence, Bradley is hitting just .188/.248/.347 across 109 plate appearances in 2021.
Bradley will be on the bench Monday against the Phillies, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Bradley has had an everyday role for the past several weeks, starting 18 of the Brewers' last 19 games before sitting Monday. The returns of Christian Yelich (back) and Lorenzo Cain (quadriceps) will inevitably lead to more days off for Bradley going forward, though just how many remains to be seen.
Bradley went 1-for-2 with a two-run homer and two walks in Friday's 3-1 win over the Dodgers.
Bradley connected on the first pitch he saw of the day and drove it over the wall in left for a two-run homer. His blast was just his second of the year and ended up being the difference in the game. The 31-year-old has struggled mightily so far in his first season with Milwaukee, as he's slashing .207/.274/.356 with only four RBI, 12 runs scored and an abysmal 2:28 BB:K. He should still see a fair amount of playing time while Christian Yelich (back) and Lorenzo Cain (quadriceps) are sidelined.
Bradley will not start Monday against the Marlins, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Bradley hits the bench with the left-handed Trevor Rogers starting for the Marlins. It's unclear how often Bradley will sit against southpaws this season, as Rogers is the first one they've faced this year. Tyrone Taylor starts in center field in his absence.
Bradley will start in center field and hit leadoff Wednesday against the Cubs.
With Lorenzo Cain (quadriceps) landing on the 10-day injured list Wednesday, Bradley looks like he'll have a clear path to an everyday role for at least the next week and a half. It's less certain if Bradley will regularly find himself atop the lineup, however, as the complexion of the Brewers' batting order could change once Christian Yelich (back) returns to action. Yelich will be on the bench for a third straight game Wednesday, but the Brewers are viewing him as day-to-day and remain hopeful that he'll be able to re-enter the starting nine for this weekend's series versus the Pirates.
Bradley is not in the lineup Sunday against the Cardinals.
The 30-year-old started the first two games of the series in St. Louis but will head to the bench for the finale. It figures to be a regular rotation for Bradley with Lorenzo Cain and Avisail Garcia starting in center and right field Sunday, respectively.
Bradley is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Cubs.
Bradley had started in each of the Brewers' past four games while Lorenzo Cain (oblique) sat out three of the contests. Cain's return to action Wednesday will leave Bradley without a clear-cut path to an everyday role, but the latter should still be in store for at least a handful of starts per week unless right fielder Avisail Garcia -- who has a .353 OPS through four games -- goes on a major heater at the plate.
|Last 7 Games|
|07/25||vs CHW||L 1-3||4||0||2||0||1||0||0|
|07/24||vs CHW||W 6-1||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|07/23||vs CHW||W 7-1||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|07/21||vs KC||L 3-6||4||1||1||0||0||0||0|
|07/20||vs KC||L 2-5||2||0||1||0||0||0||0|
|07/18||@ CIN||W 8-0||5||0||2||0||2||0||0|
|07/17||@ CIN||W 7-4||3||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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|Minor League Batting Stats|
|2012||AA-Portland Sea Dogs||61||229||37||62||16||2||6||29||35||49||8||3||.271||.373||.437|
|2012||AFA-Salem Red Sox||67||234||53||84||26||2||3||34||52||40||16||6||.359||.480||.526|
|2013||AAA-Pawtucket Red Sox||80||320||57||88||26||3||10||35||41||75||7||7||.275||.374||.469|
|2014||AAA-Pawtucket Red Sox||14||66||6||14||1||0||1||5||3||18||0||1||.212||.246||.273|
|2015||AAA-Pawtucket Red Sox||71||282||38||86||18||1||9||29||30||44||4||4||.305||.382||.472|
|2017||AAA-Pawtucket Red Sox||2||5||1||1||0||0||1||1||2||2||0||0||.200||.429||.800|