Nottingham was optioned to Triple-A San Antonio on Sunday.
Nottingham joined the Brewers in mid-May when Manny Pina (hamstring) landed on the injured list, but he'll return to Triple-A with Pina now healthy. Nottingham did not receive a start during his brief major-league stint but went 2-for-5 off the bench with his first career home run and four RBI.
Nottingham went 2-for-3 with a home run and four RBI in Friday's 12-8 loss to Atlanta.
He started the game on the bench, but after Milwaukee fell behind 12-0, Nottingham checked into the game for Yasmani Grandal and helped fuel a late rally with his first career homer in the majors, a two-run shot off Josh Tomlin in the eighth inning. Nottingham is expected to see limited action behind Grandal while Manny Pina (hamstring) is on the shelf, but this performance might encourage the Brewers to give the 24-year-old an extra start or two.
The Brewers recalled Nottingham from Triple-A San Antonio on Thursday.
Nottingham will move up to the big leagues to serve as the Brewers' No. 2 catcher behind Yasmani Grandal after Manny Pina was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right hamstring strain. With Grandal slated to handle the overwhelming share of starts behind the plate, Nottingham is unlikely to see enough plate appearances to warrant much intrigue even in NL-only formats. The 24-year-old was slashing .247/.351/.395 in 94 plate appearances at San Antonio prior to his promotion.
Nottingham was optioned to Triple-A San Antonio on Sunday.
Nottingham figured to battle for backup catching reps in spring training, but the signing of Yasmani Grandal in January sent him on a likely path back to the minors. The 23-year-old saw brief action with the Brewers in 2018 (4-for-20 in nine games) and had a .281/.347/.528 slash line with 10 home runs over 50 games at Triple-A.
Nottingham was called up by the Brewers on Saturday, Robert Murray of The Athletic Wisconsin reports.
Nottingham will head straight to Milwaukee after returning from a stint on the minor-league disabled list with a chip fracture in his right wrist. He'll likely be stuck behind Manny Pina and Erik Kratz down the stretch, leaving him unlikely to have much fantasy value.
Nottingham (wrist) was reinstated from the minor-league disabled list Friday.
Nottingham had been out since the start of August after suffering a chip fracture in his right wrist. As a member of the Brewers' 40-man roster, he's a candidate to be called up when rosters expand Saturday.
Nottingham (wrist) had been recovering in Arizona but is slated to report to Triple-A Colorado Springs later in the week to work through a hitting program, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Nottingham was placed on the minor-league disabled list Aug. 1 after suffering a chip fracture in his right wrist. He's about a week away from competing in game action, so there's certainly a chance he could be called up sometime in September, per McCalvy.
Nottingham was moved to the 7-day disabled list Wednesday.
Nottingham has a chip fracture in his right wrist after being struck with a foul tip in Sunday's minor-league game. He'll be in a cast for the next three weeks and then reevaluated, per Adam McCalvy of MLB.com. Nottingham was optioned to Triple-A Colorado Springs on July 21 after going 4-for-20 with one extra-base hit and and four walks through seven games with the big club.
Nottingham was optioned to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Saturday.
Nottingham went 4-for-15 in his latest stint with the Brewers. He was no longer needed as a backup catcher after Manny Pina was sent down when Ryan Braun (back) was activated from the disabled list Saturday.
Nottingham was recalled from Triple-A Colorado Springs on Sunday.
Nottingham gets the promotion as starting catcher Manny Pina heads to the disabled list with a left biceps strain. The 23-year-old had a brief stint with the Brewers back in April when he grabbed his first two major-league starts, and he is likely to split catching duties with veteran Erik Kratz with Pina on the disabled list through the All-Star break.
Nottingham (intercostal) was activated from the minor-league disabled list Tuesday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Nottingham is back in action with Triple-A Colorado Springs after missing the past three weeks with an intercostal strain. The backstop will look to pick up where he left off prior to landing on the shelf, as he was hitting an impressive .354/.427/.658 with five homers through 22 games for the SkySox.
Nottingham was placed on the 7-day disabled list at Triple-A Colorado Springs on Saturday with an intercostal strain, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Brewers general manager David Stearns suggested Nottingham's core injury is minor, but it's still possible that the young backstop will be sidelined for more than the minimum amount of time. The move to the DL interrupts what had been a hot run at the plate for Nottingham since he returned to Colorado Springs in late April following a brief stint with the big club. He had gone 20-for-50 (.400 average) with nine extra-base hits and 13 RBI over his last 13 games in the Pacific Coast League before being shut down.
Nottingham has gone 11-for-21 (.524 average) with two home runs, three doubles and a triple in his five games since returning to Triple-A Colorado Springs after a stint with the Brewers.
With Manny Pina having since been activated from the 10-day disabled list and Stephen Vogt (shoulder) likely to return to the big club in the next week or two, Nottingham's recent surge with the Triple-A club isn't expected to result in a promotion to Milwaukee. Even so, it's at least encouraging to see the 23-year-old mash upon heading back to the Pacific Coast League after struggling mightily at Double-A Biloxi in 2017. Nottingham has recorded at least one extra-base hit in each of those five contests to boost his season line with Colorado Springs to .396/.431/.750 (199 wRC+).
Nottingham was optioned to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Tuesday.
Nottingham will head back to the minors to continue his development following the reinstatement of the Brewers' starting catcher, Manny Pina, from the DL. The 23-year-old didn't collect a hit in seven plate appearances with the big club, though he did draw two walks and score a run. He'll remain an option to return to the majors should the Brewers need additional catching depth later this season.
Nottingham is starting behind the plate Tuesday against the Reds.
Nottingham made his major-league debut Monday, collecting two walks and scoring a run off the bench. He'll likely come off the bench more often than not, but he'll give Jett Bandy a breather Tuesday evening.
Nottingham was recalled from Triple-A Colorado Springs on Monday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
The Brewers are dealing with a slew of injuries, so Nottingham will join the big club for the first time in his career to offer some much needed depth at catcher and first base. The 23-year-old has enjoyed a nice start to the season with Triple-A Colorado Springs, hitting .296/.345/.519 with one homer through eight games. Milwaukee will have to clear a roster spot for the addition of Nottingham, which could indicate someone is headed to the disabled list despite the team labeling most of the injuries as day-to-day issues. Either way, Nottingham will likely head back to the minors once the Brewers get a little healthier given his lack of experience above Double-A.
Nottingham is 7-for-17 (.412) with three doubles, three RBI and a 2:5 BB:K through five games with Triple-A Colorado Springs.
Nottingham was assigned to the Triple-A level for the first time this year, and the early returns are promising. Despite his lack of experience at the top minor-league level, he was added to the Brewers' 40-man roster over the winter, which could give him the edge over fellow Colorado Springs catcher Christian Bethancourt if the Brewers need to dip into their system for a catcher at any point.
Nottingham was added to the 40-man roster Monday.
Nottinham didn't put on his strongest display at the plate in 2017. The 22-year-old hit just .209/.326/.369 over 101 games at Double-A Biloxi. By joining the 40-man roster, Nottingham is protected from the Rule 5 draft.
Nottingham was named the Brewers' minor league Player of the Month for June after posting a .925 OPS over 18 games with Double-A Biloxi.
Nottingham posted just a .642 OPS last year and owned an even smaller .505 OPS at the end of April, but he has heated up since, hitting .291/.381/.470 with three home runs, 15 doubles, and 22 RBI over his last 41 games. Nottingham has faded some as a prospect, but he is just 22 years old, so he has time to turn things around if he continues showing his improved skills with the bat.
Nottingham (biceps) went 2-for-3 with a double and a run scored in a minor-league spring game with Double-A Biloxi on Thursday.
Nottingham was out nearly three weeks with his biceps injury, but he has recovered from his setback, and appears healthy heading into the regular season. The top catching prospect in the Brewers' system, Nottingham will open the campaign with Biloxi for the second year in a row.
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