Grisham is not in the lineup Friday for the second straight day.
Grisham has struggled at the plate this week, so manager Craig Counsell has given him a bit of a mental break, holding him out of the lineup in back-to-back games. With Grisham out Friday, Lorenzo Cain will man center field and Hernan Perez will get the nod in right.
Grisham is not in Thursday's lineup against the Padres.
He went 5-for-6 back on Sept. 9 but is 5-for-29 (.172) with 12 strikeouts in nine games since then. Hernan Perez is starting in right field and batting sixth.
Grisham is not in Thursday's lineup against the Marlins.
Grisham has seven hits in his last 14 at-bats over the last three games, including one home run, one triple and two doubles. While he is expected to be the primary replacement for Christian Yelich over the rest of the season, Ben Gamel draws the start in right field in this one.
Manager Craig Counsell, via FOX Sports Wisconsin, said following Tuesday's game that Grisham "will take a more prominent role" the rest of the way with Christian Yelich (kneecap) out for the season.
Grisham has served as the Brewers' fourth outfielder since making his big-league debut Aug. 1, but he will now likely become a regular in the starting lineup with Yelich unavailable. Counsell did mention that fellow outfielder Ben Gamel will assume a bigger role as well, but he figures to step into Grisham's previous role, spelling Ryan Braun and Lorenzo Cain when the veterans need a rest. Grisham struggled a bit over the back half of August, but he has gotten hot again in September, posting a .919 OPS over nine games -- thanks mainly to a five-hit effort Monday.
Grisham went 5-for-6 with a double, a triple, two runs scored and two RBI in Monday's 8-3 win over Miami.
Hitting out of the leadoff spot, Grisham provided an offensive spark all night, topping things off with a two-run triple in the seventh inning. The rookie outfielder hadn't had a multi-hit game since Aug. 28, falling into a 4-for-24 (.167 average) since then. Grisham is now sporting a .260 average and .772 OPS in 108 plate appearances this season.
Grisham went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Saturday's 4-0 win over the Diamondbacks.
The 22-year-old has four homers and 11 RBI in 18 games since joining the Brewers, but Grisham's .232/.308/.482 slash line is a far cry from the numbers he put up at Triple-A San Antonio to earn his promotion. He'll continue serving as the team's fourth outfielder for now.
Grisham went 2-for-4 with a walk, a three-run home run and two runs scored overall Wednesday against the Twins.
Grisham took Sergio Romo deep in the eighth inning, delivering a game-winning home run. It was the second of his career and first since Aug. 4. Since being called up to begin the month, Grisham has appeared in all but one of the team's 12 games and started on nine occasions. He's also frequently led off for the club, giving him plenty of run potential when combined with his strong track record of drawing walks.
Grisham is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Twins.
Grisham started the last seven games with Ryan Braun getting a rest and Christian Yelich missing time with a back injury, but he will come off the bench Tuesday with both Braun and Yelich in action. Grisham has held his own through nine big-league games, hitting .300 and posting a .791 OPS, so he figures to continue rotating into the lineup even with everyone healthy. Grisham handled left-handers just fine in the minors, but with Braun and Lorenzo Cain hitting right-handed and Yelich handling any pitcher just fine, expect the bulk of his starts to come against right-handed pitchers.
Grisham went 1-for-4 with three RBI in Monday's victory over the Pirates.
Grisham filled the leadoff spot for the Brewers the last two days, and he responded by going 4-for-8 with a home run and four RBI. Despite his success, it should not be assumed that Grisham will fill the leadoff role -- or even be in the lineup -- every day moving forward, as the rest of the Brewers' veteran outfield is healthy at the moment.
Grisham went 3-for-4 with a solo homer in Sunday's 7-2 loss to the Cubs.
Grisham's first career homer came off Tyler Chatwood in the eighth inning but it clearly wasn't enough to get his team back in the contest. The rookie outfielder hit at the top of the lineup for the first time in his career; after a three-hit performance, it wouldn't be surprising for manager Craig Counsell to try it out again.
Grisham is batting leadoff and starting in left field Sunday against the Cubs.
Grisham went 0-for-3 with a sacrifice fly in his debut Thursday and struck out as a pinch hitter in Saturday's contest. The Brewers have scored only three runs over the first two contests in Chicago, so the rookie outfielder finds himself in the leadoff spot with manager Craig Counsell likely looking for something to spark the offense.
Grisham had his contract selected from Triple-A San Antonio and is starting in center field and hitting ninth Thursday against the Athletics.
As expected, Grisham is set to make his big-league debut after putting together an impressive .381/.471/.776 slash line with 13 home runs and six stolen bases in 34 games for San Antonio. It remains to be seen how big of a role the 22-year-old will play for the Brewers down the stretch, though Milwaukee is planning on re-acclimating Ryan Braun to first base, which should open up some opportunities for Grisham to start in the outfield. Grisham could follow in the footsteps of fellow rookie Keston Hiura and carve out a bigger role for himself if he carries his success from Triple-A to the show.
Manager Craig Counsell said Grisham will be called up from Triple-A San Antonio to start Thursday at Oakland, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Grisham's upcoming promotion was reported earlier Wednesday to be coming "soon," but this is the first official word from the team. It's not clear which outfield position the 22-year-old will play or where he'll be stationed in the lineup. The Brewers don't appear to have any outfield openings on the surface, but Ryan Braun will attempt to re-acclimate to first base following the trade of Jesus Aguilar, potentially creating opportunities for one of the team's top prospects. Grisham is coming off an impressive stretch at Triple-A with a .381/.471/.776 slash line and 13 home runs in 34 games, and he capped off the run by hitting for the cycle Tuesday.
Grisham will be promoted from Triple-A San Antonio "soon," Jeff Passan of ESPN.com reports.
Grisham, one of Milwaukee's top prospects, has dominated since earning a promotion to Triple-A in June, slashing .381/.471/.776 with 13 home runs and six stolen bases in 34 games with the Missions. He homered twice and hit for the cycle in Tuesday's minor-league game, which could have prompted the Brewers to reward him with his first big-league promotion. It remains to be seen when exactly Grisham will join the Brewers and what role he'll play.
Grisham homered twice and hit for the cycle in a game with Triple-A San Antonio on Tuesday.
Grisham has simply been on fire since making his Triple-A debut June 20, and now owns a .381/.471/.776 slash line -- good for a 1.247 OPS -- in 158 plate appearances over 34 games at the top minor-league level. Grisham was presumably one of the Brewers' more appealing prospects available at the trade deadline, but the team did not move him, so he will remain with Milwaukee moving forward. It seems unlikely the Brewers will start the clock on Grisham's MLB service time with just two months to go this season, but a call-up would not be out of the question should the team find itself in a pinch in the outfield.
Grisham went 9-for-14 (.643) with three home runs, six RBI and two steals over his last three games with Triple-A San Antonio.
Grisham homered in his first three games following his promotion to San Antonio in late June, then slumped a bit and missed a few games due to injury in the subsequent weeks. However, after his latest power surge, he now owns a 1.002 OPS through 21 Triple-A games, and a .908 OPS in 84 minor-league games this season.
Grisham (forehead) returned to the lineup for Triple-A San Antonio on Thursday, going 0-for-5 with three strikeouts.
An outfield collision forced Grisham from last Sunday's game. He suffered a laceration on his forehead, but fortunately, there wasn't any mention of a concussion. The 0-fer on Thursday dropped Grisham's line to .250/.333/.516 through 17 games with San Antonio. He hit .254/.371/.504 with 13 homers and six steals at Double-A Biloxi to earn a promotion in mid-June.
Grisham was removed from Sunday's game with Triple-A San Antonio after colliding with teammate Tyrone Taylor in the outfield.
Grisham appeared to suffer a laceration on his forehead and was forced to leave Sunday's game. The severity of the injury is unclear.
Grisham has homered in all three games he has appeared in since being promoted to Triple-A San Antonio and has added seven RBI, six runs and a steal while posting a 4:3 BB:K.
It's been a big bounceback year for Grisham, who posted an .875 OPS over 63 games with Double-A Biloxi and has kept things going in his first stint at the highest minor-league level. The 2015 first-rounder will not turn 23 until November, and is on the rise as a prospect after a couple tough seasons at the plate.
Grisham was promoted from Double-A Biloxi to Triple-A San Antonio on Thursday, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Grisham will get his first taste of Triple-A after posting a .254/.371/.504 slash line with 13 homers and six stolen bases in 63 games with Biloxi. The 22-year-old prospect isn't on Milwaukee's 40-man roster, so he will likely spend the remainder of the season with San Antonio unless he really forces the team's hand.
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