Urias sits for the third straight game Tuesday in Cincinnati.
There haven't been reports that Urias is injured, but it's no big surprise to see him benched. He's gone 1-for-20 at the plate in his last 10 games and is hitting just .240/.313/.298 on the season. Eric Sogard gets the nod at third base.
Urias isn't in Monday's lineup against the Reds.
Urias will remain on the bench for a second consecutive game after going 1-for-20 with two walks and nine strikeouts over the last 10 games. Jedd Gyorko will shift to third base with Daniel Vogelbach starting at first.
Urias is not in the lineup for the first game of Wednesday's doubleheader against the Cardinals.
Urias sits for the second game in a row, though he could return to the lineup for the nightcap. Jace Peterson remains the starter at third base for the afternoon contest.
Urias is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against St. Louis.
Urias sits after going 0-for-11 with five strikeouts over his last five games. Jace Peterson takes over at third base.
Urias is not in the lineup Sunday against the Cubs.
Urias started the past eight games but will take a seat Sunday after going 0-for-5 with two strikeouts through the first two games of the series. Eric Sogard will start at third base and bat eighth in the series finale.
Urias went 3-for-6 with two doubles, two runs, five RBI and a caught stealing during Wednesday's 19-0 win over the Tigers.
The 23-year-old was without an extra-base hit in his previous 31 at-bats, but he broke out with two doubles as the Brewers pounded the Tigers on Wednesday. Urias has a .286/.355/.357 slash line with four doubles, a triple, 10 runs, 11 RBI and two stolen bases in 25 games this season.
Urias went 2-for-4 with a stolen base in Wednesday's 8-5 win over the Tigers.
Urias got aboard with a single in the seventh inning and stole second base after Eric Sogard hit a sacrifice fly with the bases loaded. It was the second steal of the year for Urias. He's added five RBI and six runs scored while slashing .266/.338/.328 across 71 plate appearances.
Urias isn't in Tuesday's lineup against the Tigers.
Urias has gone 1-for-13 with one RBI, one run and eight strikeouts over the past three games, and he'll get a breather Tuesday. Keston Hiura will take his place at second base.
Urias will hit leadoff in Friday's game against the Pirates.
Urias has not higher than seventh since making his season debut Aug. 10, but he will get a chance to head up the batting order Friday. Urias has slowed some since getting off to a hot start, but he has done a good job getting on base, posting a .362 OBP over 14 games.
Urias is not starting Game 1 of Thursday's doubleheader against the Reds.
Jace Peterson is starting at the keystone in place of Urias in this one. In 12 games since returning from the IL, Urias is slashing .268/.333/.341 with four RBI and four runs scored.
Urias is not in Tuesday's lineup against the Reds.
He has cooled off a bit after notching back-to-back three-hit games in the middle of the month. Urias is now 2-for-22 with seven strikeouts over his last six games. Keston Hiura will start at second base while Christian Yelich starts at designated hitter and Jace Peterson gets his first start in left field.
Urias will start at third base and will bat seventh Sunday against the Pirates.
Urias doesn't have a permanent starting role at any one position, but he looks to have secured a full-time job for the time being. He'll be in the lineup for the eighth time in nine games Sunday, with three starts coming at the hot corner, three coming at the keystone and two coming at shortstop. The 23-year-old is slashing .294/.351/.353 since being activated from the COVID-19 injured list Aug. 10.
Urias went 3-for-4 with a triple and two runs in Sunday's victory over the Cubs.
Urias picked up a season-high three hits in Saturday's contest and matched that number a day later, raising his batting average on the season to .474 (9-for-19). Urias has not claimed an everyday role just yet, but he has started five of the seven games he has appeared in since making his season debut Aug. 10, and the Brewers will surely keep looking for ways to get his bat in the lineup.
Urias went 3-for-4 with two RBI against the Cubs on Saturday.
Urias drew the start at second base, with Keston Hiura shifting to designated hitter. He came through with a couple infield hits, driving runners in on both occasions. He now has multiple knocks in two of his last three starts and is hitting .400/.438/.400 through 16 plate appearances to go along with one run scored and four RBI.
Urias will bat seventh and play second base in his season debut Monday against Minnesota.
It will take more than one game to figure out just how frequently Urias will be in the lineup for his new team, but the fact that he's starting immediately upon being activated from the COVID-19 injured list is undoubtedly a good sign. He'll push regular second baseman Keston Hiura to the designated hitter spot, an arrangement the Brewers could potentially use quite frequently until Ryan Braun (finger) returns from the injured list.
Urias (illness) was activated from the injured list Monday.
Urias is finally ready for his Brewers debut after a positive COVID-19 test wiped out his entire summer camp and sent him to the injured list to open the season. While the 23-year-old likely has more talent than any Brewers infielder not named Keston Hiura, there's no guarantee he handles a heavy workload right away. Despite his prospect pedigree, he failed to distinguish himself in 83 games for the Padres over the last two seasons, hitting .221/.318/.331 with just six homers and one steal.
Brewers manager Craig Counsell said Thursday that Urias (COVID-19) is getting close to a return from the injured list, but the infielder is likely about a week away from rejoining the big club, Will Sammon of The Athletic reports.
Counsell noted that position players like Urias require about three weeks of training to get ready for game action, and the 23-year-old has been working out at the team's alternate site in Appleton for about two weeks after he was withheld from all of summer camp following a positive COVID-19 test. Though Urias is healthy again and has nearly completed his hitting progression, he won't necessarily be a lock to join the big club as a utility man once he's deemed ready to go. Milwaukee currently has Brock Holt, Jedd Gyorko, Mark Mathias and Eric Sogard as players on the 28-man roster who are capable of playing all over the infield.
Urias (illness) has been cleared to work out at the Brewers' alternate training site, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.
Urias missed the entirety of summer camp after testing positive for COVID-19, but he'll now be able to work toward building up to game readiness. Manager Craig Counsell said Saturday that Urias is a "full go" but also said that it will still take some time before he's ready to return to regular-season action. After being acquired by the Padres via trade in November, Urias should compete with Brock Holt for the top utility infield job when he's healthy.
General manager David Stearns said Urias (illness) will need 2-to-3 weeks to get up to speed once he's cleared all health protocols, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Urias missed all of summer camp after testing positive for COVID-19 at the beginning of July, and he'll need a couple of weeks to make up for lost time once he's cleared to return to workouts. As such, he doesn't seem likely to join the Brewers until at least mid-August. With Keston Hiura (arm) and Orlando Arcia expected to start up the middle for Milwaukee, Urias will likely have to fight Brock Holt for the top utility infield job once he's healthy.
The Brewers plan to assign Urias (illness) to their alternate training site in Appleton to begin the season, freelance baseball writer Robert Murray reports.
Urias never reported to summer camp after testing positive for COVID-19 earlier this month and is still waiting to clear all health-related protocols, even though he's said to be asymptomatic. Once Urias is cleared to head to Appleton, he likely won't take long to ramp up and could be activated from the COVID-19 injured list in short order. The Brewers appear content to proceed with Keston Hiura and Orlando Arcia as their primary options at second base and shortstop, respectively, so Urias will likely have to fight Brock Holt for the top utility infield job once he's reinstated from the IL.
|Last 7 Games|
|10/01||@ LAD||L 0-3||2||0||1||0||0||1||0|
|09/27||@ STL||L 2-5||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|09/26||@ STL||W 3-0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|09/25||vs STL||L 1-9||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|09/25||@ STL||W 3-0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|09/24||@ STL||L 2-4||3||0||1||0||0||0||0|
|09/22||@ CIN||W 3-2||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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|2015||ASX-Tri-City Dust Devils||10||31||6||11||1||0||0||1||5||1||3||3||.355||.487||.387|
|2015||AFX-Fort Wayne Tincaps||51||193||28||56||5||1||0||16||16||18||5||10||.290||.370||.326|
|2017||AA-San Antonio Missions||118||442||77||131||20||4||3||38||68||65||7||5||.296||.398||.380|
|2018||AAA-El Paso Chihuahuas||120||450||83||133||30||7||8||45||67||109||2||1||.296||.398||.447|
|2019||AAA-El Paso Chihuahuas||73||295||62||93||19||4||19||50||36||62||7||2||.315||.398||.600|