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  • Brewers' Jake Bauers: Sits versus lefty

    Bauers is out of the lineup for Tuesday's game at Pittsburgh.

    Bauers returned from the bereavement list Monday and went 1-for-3 with a double and a strikeout, but he'll hit the bench Tuesday as lefty Bailey Falter starts for the Pirates. Rhys Hoskins will handle first base while Williams Contreras rests his legs as the designated hitter.

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  • Brewers' Tobias Myers: Making major-league debut Tuesday

    Myers will start against the Pirates on Tuesday in what will be his major-league debut.

    Myers was up with the Brewers briefly last week but didn't make an appearance. He'll be on the bump to start Tuesday's contest after collecting a 1.62 ERA and 22:7 K:BB over 16.2 innings this season at Nashville. Myers is filling in for Wade Miley (elbow) and could earn additional starts if he pitches well.

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  • Brewers' Joe Ross: Effective in loss

    Ross (1-1) took the loss Monday against Pittsburgh, allowing two runs (one earned) on six hits and one walk over 5.1 innings. He struck out four.

    Ross held the Pirates offense in check Monday night, with the only earned run against him coming on a leadoff homer yielded to Andrew McCutchen. With Monday's effort, the 30-year-old right-hander lowered his ERA to 4.05. Ross appears set to continue sticking in the Milwaukee rotation with DL Hall (knee) and Wade Miley (elbow) recently hitting the injured list. Ross is slated to make his next start against the Yankees at home.

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  • Brewers' Jakob Junis: Hit in head with ball during BP

    Junis (shoulder) was struck in the head by a ball during batting practice in Pittsburgh on Monday, Kevin Gorman of reports.

    Junis was down on the field for several minutes after a ball hit by a Pirates player caught him in the head. He was alert and responsive after eventually getting to his feet and was taken to an area hospital for evaluation. Junis is currently on the injured list with a right shoulder impingement and had recently began a throwing program.

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  • Brewers' Oliver Dunn: Sits in second straight

    Dunn is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Pirates.

    Dunn was awarded three consecutive starts at third base this past Wednesday through Saturday, but he was unable to break out of his recent funk at the plate, as he produced just one hit in 11 at-bats. The rookie has posted a .333 OPS over his last nine games and now finds himself back on the bench for the second game in a row. Joey Ortiz still looks to be the Brewers' preferred option at third base for the time being.

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  • Brewers' Christian Arroyo: Returns to action at Triple-A

    Arroyo (wrist) has gone 0-for-6 with two walks and two runs in two games since being reinstated from Triple-A Nashville's 7-day injured list Wednesday.

    The wrist injury ended any hope Arroyo had of winning a spot on the Brewers' Opening Day roster, but rather than exercising the opt-out clause in his minor-league contract, he elected to rehab the injury at the organization's facility in Arizona before making his season debut for Nashville. He'll stick around in Nashville with the hope of performing well enough to earn a promotion to Milwaukee.

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  • Brewers' Jake Bauers: Returns from bereavement list

    The Brewers reinstated Bauers (personal) from the bereavement list Monday.

    Bauers was away from the Brewers for this past weekend's series in St. Louis but is back on the active roster for the series opener in Pittsburgh. He'll continue to see regular action at first base or as a designated hitter against right-handed pitching.

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  • Brewers' Andruw Monasterio: Returned to minors

    The Brewers optioned Monasterio to Triple-A Nashville on Monday.

    Monasterio was up with the big club over the weekend while Jake Bauers (personal) was on the bereavement list, but Monasterio will now return to Nashville with Bauers back in tow for Monday's game versus the Pirates. The infielder didn't appear in a game during his latest stint in the majors.

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  • Brewers' Tobias Myers: Returns from Triple-A

    The Brewers recalled Myers from Triple-A Nashville on Monday.

    Myers received a call-up to the majors last week and didn't make an appearance before being optioned to Nashville. This time around, Myers could fill the rotation spot vacated by Wade Miley (elbow), who was placed on the 15-day injured list but had been in line to start Tuesday in Pittsburgh. Myers holds a 1.62 ERA and 22:7 K:BB over 16.2 innings this season at Nashville. He would be making his major-league debut when/if he gets into a game.

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  • Brewers' Wade Miley: Hits IL with elbow swelling

    The Brewers placed Miley on the 15-day injured list Monday with left elbow inflammation.

    Miley got a late start to this season because of a shoulder problem, and he missed time last season with elbow and lat issues. The veteran left-hander has often shown an ability to bounce back quickly from arm-related injuries, but he indicated Monday that this is a different feeling than he's had in the past, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Miley will undergo imaging Tuesday, at which point more should be known regarding how much time he might miss. Tobias Myers was called up from Triple-A Nashville in a corresponding move and seems likely to start in Miley's place Tuesday in Pittsburgh.

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  • Brewers' Tyler Black: Picking up the pace

    Black went 12-for-30 (.400) with two triples, two home runs, nine RBI, two steals and a 5:3 BB:K over his last seven games with Triple-A Nashville.

    Black posted just a .684 OPS over his first 12 appearances of the season, but thanks to his hot streak that mark now sits at .902. A call-up seemingly is not imminent with the 23-year-old not yet on the 40-man roster and the Brewers getting adequate production at the corner infield spots. However, he remains one of Milwaukee's better prospects and owns a .928 OPS since reaching the Triple-A level in August of 2023.

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  • Brewers' Robert Gasser: Could return this week

    Gasser (elbow) "could be ready to pitch for Triple-A Nashville as soon as this week," Adam McCalvy of reports.

    Gasser has been on the shelf for nearly a month due to a bone spur in his left elbow, but he was hoping to return in mid-to-late April and could indeed do so. Gasser pitched exclusively at the Triple-A level last season and is one of Milwaukee's top pitching prospects, so he could be an option for the big-league club once he gets his pitch count built up.

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  • Brewers' Colin Rea: Fires five shutout frames

    Rea didn't factor in the decision Sunday in St. Louis after he allowed five hits and three walks over five scoreless innings. He struck out three.

    Rea tallied just three whiffs and threw 49 of 89 pitches for strikes, but he kept the Cardinals off the board for his first scoreless start of the campaign. The 33-year-old has taken no-decision in each of his past two starts, but he's been a pivotal rotation piece early this season for Milwaukee with a 2.08 ERA, 1.29 WHIP and 14:6 K:BB in 21.2 innings to go along with a 2-0 record.

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  • Brewers' Joel Payamps: Notches third save

    Payamps struck out one in a perfect ninth inning to earn the save in Sunday's 2-0 win at St. Louis.

    Payamps rebounded from blowing a save in the series opener by retiring the side in order Sunday on just nine pitches. The right-hander allowed only an inherited runner to score in that outing Friday and has been scored upon in just one of his 10 appearances this season -- though he surrendered four runs in that one outing. Payamps appears to be the current favorite of manager Pat Murphy for the ninth inning, but there's already been significant shifts in usage throughout the first few weeks of the campaign with four different relievers collecting saves. Abner Uribe and Trevor Megill also remain in the mix for now.

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  • Brewers' Jared Koenig: Recalled from Triple-A

    The Brewers recalled Koenig from Triple-A Nashville on Sunday.

    Koenig is back with the Brewers after being optioned by the team April 17. He hasn't given up a run in each of his last three appearances with Nashville, striking out six batters while walking two over 3.2 innings in that span. The move corresponds with Milwaukee placing DL Hall (knee) on the 15-day injured list.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team .270


Player Injury
C. Yelich LF Christian Yelich LF Back
D. Williams RP Devin Williams RP Back
D. Hall SP DL Hall SP Knee
B. Woodruff SP Brandon Woodruff SP Shoulder
G. Mitchell CF Garrett Mitchell CF Finger

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