Milwaukee Brewers June 14 Game Notes hosting Reds tonight

(courtesy Milwaukee Brewers)

MILWAUKEE BREWERS (38-27) vs. CINCINNATI REDS (32-31)
LHP Eric Lauer (1-2, 4.82) vs. RHP Vladimir Gutierrez (2-1, 2.65)
Monday, June 14, 2021 – 7:10 p.m. CT – American Family Field – Milwaukee, WI
Game #66 – Home Game #36

STREAK: Won 4 LAST FIVE: 4-1 LAST TEN: 9-1 HOME RECORD: 20-15 ROAD RECORD: 18-12

WHAT’S BREWING?

Today’s Transactions
RHP Hunter Strickland, who was
acquired on Saturday in a trade with
the Angels, was added to the active
roster today…..RHP Patrick Weigel
was optioned to Triple-A Nashville.

We’re Going Streaking!
The Brewers are 17-4 in their last 21
games, including 14-2 in the last 16
and 9-1 in the last 10 contests…..they
are on a 4-game winning streak…..
prior to this stretch, the Brewers were
a season-low 2 games under .500
(21-23)…..the team is now a seasonhigh 11 games over .500 (38-27).
Best Records Since May 22
Team W/L
Milwaukee ……………………….17-4 (.810)
Tampa Bay …………………………15-5 (.750)
Chicago-NL …………………………15-6 (.714)

There’s No Place Like Home
The Brewers are 9-1 in their last 10
home games and are on a seasonhigh 7-game home winning streak,
their longest streak since winning 8 in
a row from 4/16-4/30, 2013.

Darth Hader
Josh Hader notched his 17th save in
as many chances yesterday…..Hader
and the Cardinals’ Alex Reyes are the
only closers without a blown save this
season (minimum 10 opportunities).

Most HR vs. Cincinnati – Since 2018
Player HR
Christian Yelich, Mil ……………………… 14
Kyle Schwarber, Wsh ……………………… 14
Paul DeJong, StL ………………………………12
Most RBI vs. Cincinnati – Since 2018
Player RBI
Yadier Molina, StL ………………………….. 36
Christian Yelich, Mil …………………….. 35
Paul DeJong, StL ……………………………. 34

Christian Walker
Christian Yelich has walked in 7
consecutive starts (10 walks)…..his 26
walks on the season are tied with
Daniel Vogelbach for the team lead…..
Yelich has a .403 OBP in 2021.

Captain Narvel
All-Star candidate Omar Narváez is
batting .324 with 6 HR and 19 RBI
in 45 games this season…..Narváez
ranks among the top three in the
Major Leagues as a catcher in AVG
(T1st, .333), OBP (2nd, .418), SLG
(2nd, .530) and OPS (3rd, .949)…..
the team has gone 25-12 in his starts.

What’s In The Box?!
Brad Boxberger is unscored upon in
26 of his 29 appearances this season,
including each of his last 12 outings
(10.2ip)…..opponents are batting just
.189 (18-for-95) off Boxberger this
season and he has stranded 11 of 14
inherited runners.

UPCOMING SCHEDULE

DATE OPPONENT PROBABLE PITCHERS TV TIME (CT)
Monday, June 14 vs. Cincinnati LHP Eric Lauer (1-2, 4.82) vs. RHP Vladimir Gutierrez (2-1, 2.65) Bally Sports WI 7:10
Tuesday, June 15 vs. Cincinnati LHP Brett Anderson (2-4, 4.99) vs. RHP Luis Castillo (2-9, 6.47) Bally Sports WI 7:10
Wednesday, June 16 vs. Cincinnati RHP Freddy Peralta (6-1, 2.25) vs. RHP Tyler Mahle (6-2, 3.56) Bally Sports WI 1:10
Games broadcast on 620 WTMJ and the statewide Brewers Radio Network

TONIGHT’S GAME: Is Game 4 (3-0) of a 6-game homestand against Pittsburgh (3-0)
and Cincinnati (3g)…..following this homestand, the team takes a 7-game road trip to
Colorado (4g) and Arizona (3g).

CURRENT ROSTER (bold indicates not on Opening Day roster):
PITCHERS (14) – LH Brett Anderson, RH Brad Boxberger, RH Corbin Burnes,
LH Josh Hader, RH Adrian Houser, LH Eric Lauer, LH Hoby Milner, RH Freddy Peralta,
RH Trevor Richards, RH Hunter Strickland, LH Brent Suter, RH Devin Williams,
RH Brandon Woodruff, RH Eric Yardley
CATCHERS (2) – Omar Narváez, Manny Piña
INFIELDERS (7) – Willy Adames, Tim Lopes, Jace Peterson, Pablo Reyes,
Daniel Robertson, Luis Urías, Daniel Vogelbach
OUTFIELDERS (3) – Jackie Bradley Jr., Avisaíl García, Christian Yelich

OPENING DAY ROSTER (bold indicates not on current roster):
PITCHERS (12) – LH Brett Anderson, RH Corbin Burnes, RH J.P. Feyereisen,
LH Josh Hader, RH Adrian Houser, RH Josh Lindblom, RH Freddy Peralta,
RH Drew Rasmussen, LH Brent Suter, RH Devin Williams, RH Brandon Woodruff,
RH Eric Yardley
CATCHERS (2) – Omar Narváez, Manny Piña
INFIELDERS (7) – Orlando Arcia, Keston Hiura, Daniel Robertson, Travis Shaw,
Luis Urías, Daniel Vogelbach, Kolten Wong
OUTFIELDERS (5) – Jackie Bradley Jr., Lorenzo Cain, Avisaíl García, Billy McKinney,
Christian Yelich

IN THE TRAINER’S ROOM: OF Lorenzo Cain (right hamstring), RHP Dylan File (right
elbow), OF Derek Fisher (left hamstring), INF/OF Mark Mathias (right shoulder), LHP
Angel Perdomo (lower back), 3B Travis Shaw (left shoulder), OF Tyrone Taylor (right
shoulder), RHP Justin Topa (right elbow) and 2B Kolten Wong (left oblique) are on the
injured list…..File, Mathias, Shaw and Topa are on the 60-day IL.

IN THE STANDINGS (74 days): The Brewers have spent the following number of days
alone or tied at each position in the NL Central standings: FIRST: 26, SECOND: 24,
THIRD: 20, FOURTH: 4, FIFTH: 0…..the team is currently tied with the Cubs for first.

SERIES-LY SPEAKING: The Brewers are 12-7-2 in series play.
Game 1: 10-11, Game 2: 13-8, Game 3: 13-6, Game 4: 2-2
Sweep Wins (4): at San Diego (3g, 4/19-4/21), at Washington (3g, 5/29-5/30),
vs. Arizona (4g, 6/3-6/6), vs. Pittsburgh (3g, 6/11-6/13)
Sweep Losses (2): at Philadelphia (4g, 5/3-5/6), at Kansas City (2g, 5/18-5/19)

AT HOME: The Brewers are 20-15 at home, going 4-5-2 in series play…..the team is 9-1
over its last 10 home games with a current season-high 7-game winning streak…..had
a season-high 3-game home losing streak from 5/13-5/15.

ON THE ROAD: The Brewers are 18-12 on the road, going 8-2-0 in series play…..had a
season-high 6-game road winning streak from 5/22-6/8…..had a season-high 5-game
road losing streak from 5/3-5/7.

MANAGER: Craig Counsell is in his seventh season as manager (472-439) and sixth
full season…..he is second in franchise history in wins, trailing Phil Garner (563-617)…..
under Counsell, the Brewers have made the postseason in three consecutive years for
the first time in franchise history…..Counsell was named the 19th manager in franchise
history on 5/4/15, replacing Ron Roenicke…..he is signed through 2023.

COACHES: Assistant hitting coach Jacob Cruz (2nd season), hitting coach Andy Haines
(3rd season), pitching coach Chris Hook (3rd season), bullpen coach Steve Karsay
(3rd season), third base coach Jason Lane (6th season, 1st as 3B coach), associate
pitching, catching and strategy coach Walker McKinven (2nd season) and bench coach
Pat Murphy (6th season) all returned from the 2020 coaching staff…..new to the staff
is first base coach Quintin Berry.

Home of the Brewers, American Family Field, (with old Miller Park signage) in 2018. Photo by By Brewersfan1061, CC BY-SA 4.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

BREWERS vs. REDS

SUMMARY: Are 191-196-1 all-time,
including 4-2 this season…..went 4-6
last season.
at MIL: Are 97-90 all-time, going
87-83 at American Family Field and
10-7 at County Stadium…..went 3-4
last season.
at CIN: Are 94-106-1 all-time, going
74-86 at Great American Ball Park
and 20-20-1 at Cinergy Field…..
are 4-2 this season…..went 1-2 last
season.

THE BREWERS WHEN…..

Scoring First ……………………………… 24-10
Opponent Scores First……………….14-17
Out-hitting Opponent ………………… 26-8
Out-hit by Opponent …………………… 8-18
Hit Totals Even ……………………………….4-1
Committing An Error ………………….15-13
Committing No Errors ……………….23-14
Leading After 7 Innings ……………..30-2
Trailing After 7 Innings ……………….. 1-21
Tied After 7 Innings ………………………5-4
Leading After 8 Innings …………….30-0
Trailing After 8 Innings ……………… 1-24
Tied After 8 Innings ………………………5-3
Hitting a Home Run ……………………31-16
Not Hitting a Home Run ……………….7-11
Scoring at Least 4 Runs ……………. 31-7
Scoring 3 Runs or Fewer ………….. 7-20
vs. Right-Handed Starter ………. 30-20
vs. Left-Handed Starter ……………….8-7
Day Games …………………………………… 21-8
Night Games ………………………………..17-19
Decided In Last At-Bat …………………8-5
Walk-off Wins & Losses……………….4-0
1-Run Games ………………………………..10-6
Extra Innings ………………………………….6-3
Come-From-Behind Wins……………….18
Losses After Leading ………………………10
Shutouts …………………………………………6-5
vs. NL Central………………………………17-10
vs. NL East ……………………………………..7-9
vs. NL West ………………………………….. 12-3
Interleague ……………………………………..2-5
April …………………………………………….. 16-10
May ……………………………………………….13-15
June …………………………………………………9-2

ALL-TIME RECORD (1969-2021)

WON – 3980 LOST – 4275 TIED – 4

ALL-TIME IN THE NL (1998-2021)
WON – 1780 LOST – 1908 TIED – 1

TONIGHT’S STARTER: #52 – LHP ERIC LAUER (7g, 4gs, 1-2, 4.82)

Eric Lauer

LAUER AT A GLANCE: Eric Lauer, 26, will make his eighth appearance and fifth start of the season…..it will be his second outing against the Reds…..Lauer last pitched last
Wednesday in relief at Cincinnati (4ip, 2h, 2r, 2er, 4bb, 6k, 1wp, 80 pitches)…..he is 1-2 with a 4.74 ERA as a starter (19ip, 10er) and 0-0 with a 5.00 ERA in relief (9ip, 5er)…..
the team is 1-3 in his starts…..he has 2 quality starts…..opponents are batting .273 (30-for-110, 8hr)…..he is in his second stint with the team this season (4/29-5/14 and
5/26-current)…..Lauer was acquired from San Diego, along with INF Luis Urías and a player to be named or cash, in exchange for RHP Zach Davies and OF Trent Grisham on
11/27/19 (trade completed on 5/27/20 – cash).

LAST SEASON: Lauer began the 2020 season on the injured list (non-injury related)…..he went 0-2 with a 13.09 ERA in 4 games / 2 starts in his first season with Milwaukee…..
he had three stints with the team (7/26-8/12, 9/16 and 9/24-9/25)…..his starts came in losses on 8/7 vs. Cincinnati (3ip, 5h, 6r, 6er, 3bb, 2k, 1hr, 1hbp) and 8/12 vs. Minnesota
(3.2ip, 9h, 7r, 7er, 2bb, 2k, 1hr, 1hbp, 1wp).

CAREER: Is 15-21 with a 4.76 ERA in 64 games / 58 starts (300.2ip, 159er)…..is in his fourth Major League season with San Diego (2018-19) and Milwaukee (2020-21)…..was
the Padres’ Opening Day starter in 2019…..Lauer was selected by San Diego in the first round (25th overall) of the 2016 First-Year Player Draft out of Kent State University.

CAREER AT AMERICAN FAMILY FIELD: Is 1-3 with a 9.53 ERA in 6 games / 5 starts (22.2ip, 24er)…..is 1-1 with a 6.19 ERA in 4 games / 3 starts this season (16ip, 11er)

CAREER ON THE ROAD: Is 7-10 with a 5.26 ERA in 31 games / 27 starts (140.1ip, 82er)…..is 0-1 with a 3.00 ERA in 3 games / 1 start this season (12ip, 4er)

CAREER vs. REDS: Is 1-2 with a 4.32 ERA in 6 games / 5 starts (25ip, 24h, 13r, 12er, 16bb, 30k, 3hr).

CAREER AT THE PLATE: Is a .093 hitter (7-for-75) with 1 HR and 2 RBI…..has 2 walks and 41 strikeouts…..has 12 sacrifice bunts.
2021 AT THE PLATE: Is 1-for-5 with 1 HR and 1 RBI…..homered on 5/26 vs. San Diego (solo off Chris Paddack)…..has not walked and has 3 strikeouts…..has 1 sacrifice bunt.

LAUER’S 2021 APPEARANCES (relief) DATE OPP DEC IP H R ER BB SO HR PC RESULT REC 4/29 vs. LAD W 5.0 4 0 0 2 3 0 73 W, 2-1 1-0 April 1gs 1-0, 0.00 5.0 4 0 0 2 3 0 – – – 5/4 at Phi L 6.0 8 6 2 0 7 3 91 L, 5-6 1-1 5/9 at Mia – 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 20 W, 2-1 (10) –
5/14 vs. Atl* – 3.0 4 3 3 0 4 2 55 L, 3-6 –
5/26 vs. SD – 6.0 4 1 1 1 6 0 85 L, 1-2 (10) –
May 4g, 3gs 0-1, 3.18 17.0 17 10 6 1 19 5 – – –
6/1 vs. Det L 2.0 7 7 7 2 5 3 66 L, 7-10 1-2
6/9 at Cin* – 4.0 2 2 2 4 6 0 80 L, 3-7 –
June 2gs 0-1, 13.50 6.0 9 9 9 6 11 3 – – –
Totals 7g, 4gs 1-2, 4.82 28.0 30 19 15 9 33 8 – – –

LAUER’S CAREER HIGHS
Innings …………………………………………………………….8.2, 7/10/18 vs. LAD
Walks ……………………………………………………………………..7, 6/8/18 at Mia
Hits ………………………………………….10, 6/15/19 at Col & 8/8/19 vs. Col
Runs ………………………………………………………………………8, 5/10/19 at Col
Strikeouts …………………………………9, 9/1/19 at SF & 9/20/19 vs. Ari
Winning Streak ……….3 games, 5/22-6/3, 2019 & 8/2-9/1, 2019
Losing Streak ……………………………………….4 games, 6/8-7/25, 2019

REDS vs. LAUER
Barnhart ……………………………………… .400 (2-for-5, 3k)
Castellanos …………………………. .333 (1-for-3, 1bb, 2k)
Farmer ………………………………. .300 (3-for-10, 1bb, 2k)
Heineman …………………………………… .000 (0-for-2, 1k)
India ……………………………………………. .000 (0-for-1, 1bb)
Stephenson………………………………….. .500 (1-for-2, 1k)
Suárez ………………………………… .250 (2-for-8, 5bb, 4k)
Votto …………………………………….. .250 (1-for-4, 3bb, 1k)
Winker ………………………………….. .500 (1-for-2, 1bb, 1k)

BREWERS vs. GUTIERREZ
Adames …………………………………………….. 1.000 (3-for-3)
Bradley …………………………………………… .333 (1-for-3, 1k)
García …………………………………………………… .333 (1-for-3)
Narváez ………………………………………. .000 (0-for-2, 1bb)
Peterson ………………………………………. .000 (0-for-2, 1k)
Reyes …………………………………………….. .000 (0-for-1, 1k)
Urías …………………………………………………….. .333 (1-for-3)
Vogelbach ……………………………………. .000 (0-for-4, 1k)
Yelich …………………………………………. .000 (0-for-2, 2bb)

BREWERS BULLPEN

45 RHP BRAD BOXBERGER (2-1, 2.70, 2sv, 29 apps) opponent batting average: .189 (18-for-95, 3hr)

1st batter retired/faced: 22-29 saves/save opps: 2-2 runners inherited/scored: 14-3
last 5 outings (IP): 6/13 vs. Pit (1.0) 6/10 at Cin (1.0) 6/8 at Cin (1.0) 6/6 vs. Ari (1.0) 6/4 vs. Ari (0.2)
• Last pitched yesterday vs. Pittsburgh and tossed a scoreless seventh inning (2h, 1k)
• Is unscored upon in 26 of his 29 appearances this season, including each of his last 12 outings (10.2ip)
• Earned wins on 5/23 at Cincinnati and 5/31 vs. Detroit…..took his only loss on 5/11 vs. St. Louis
• Notched saves on 4/7 at Chicago-NL and 6/6 vs. Arizona
• Was selected on 4/6 from the Alternate Training Site…..was a non-roster invitee to Spring Training
• Was released by Milwaukee on 3/26 and re-signed to a Minor League contract on 3/28

71 LHP JOSH HADER (3-0, 0.68, 17sv, 27 apps) opponent batting average: .122 (11-for-90, 0hr)

1st batter retired/faced: 23-27 saves/save opps: 17-17 runners inherited/scored: 2-1
last 5 outings (IP): 6/13 vs. Pit (1.0) 6/12 vs. Pit (1.0) 6/11 vs. Pit (1.0) 6/5 vs. Ari (1.0) 6/3 vs. Ari (1.0)
• Last pitched yesterday vs. Pittsburgh and notched his 17th save of the season with a scoreless ninth (1bb, 3k)
• Is unscored upon in 25 of his 27 appearances this season, including each of his last 11 outings (11ip)
• His 426 strikeouts (250.1 innings) since 2017 are the most of any Major League reliever…..was the fastest pitcher
in Major League history to reach 400 career strikeouts (234.2 IP)…..has 46 strikeouts in 26.2 innings this season
• Earned wins on Opening Day vs. Minnesota, 4/7 at Chicago-NL and 5/9 at Miami, all 10-inning games
• Was NL Reliever of the Year in 2018 and 2019 and was an All-Star in both of those seasons

38 RHP DEVIN WILLIAMS (2-0, 3.55, 0sv, 27 apps) opponent batting average: .198 (18-for-91, 3hr)

1st batter retired/faced: 15-27 saves/save opps: 0-3 runners inherited/scored: 3-2
last 5 outings (IP): 6/13 vs. Pit (1.0) 6/12 vs. Pit (1.0) 6/8 at Cin (1.0) 6/6 vs. Ari (1.0) 6/5 vs. Ari (1.0)
• Last pitched yesterday vs. Pittsburgh and tossed a perfect eighth inning (1k)
• Has made 5 straight scoreless appearances (5ip, 2h, 3bb, 8k)
• Earned wins on 5/12 vs. St. Louis and 6/5 vs. Arizona
• Was named NL Rookie of the Year and Reliever of the Year in 2020 after going 4-1 with a 0.33 ERA in 22 relief
appearances…..was also Brewers Most Valuable Pitcher as voted on by the Milwaukee Chapter of the BBWAA
• Is the only pitcher ever to win Rookie of the Year without making either at least 1 start or recording at least 1 save
• Ranked first or tied for first last season among MLB relievers (min. 20ip) in ERA (1st, 0.33), opponent batting
average (1st, .090), WHIP (1st, 0.63), strikeouts (T1st, 53) and K/9 IP (T1st, 17.67)

BREWERS HITTERS

22 OF CHRISTIAN YELICH (33g, .248, 3hr, 15rbi, 4sb) last HR: 6/5 vs. Ari (off Joakim Soria)

this homestand: .429 (3-for-7, 0hr, 6rbi) recent road trip: .111 (1-for-9, 0hr, 0rbi)
• Has appeared in 33 games, including 29 starts (27g in LF, 2g at DH)
• Has posted a .403 OBP…..is tied for the team lead in walks (26)…..has walked in 7 consecutive starts (10 walks)
• Was on the 10-day injured list twice with a lower back strain: 4/17-5/2 (retroactive to 4/14) and 5/4-5/17
• In March 2020 signed a 9-year contract through 2028 with a mutual option for 2029…..was NL MVP in 2018

10 C OMAR NARVÁEZ (45g, .324, 6hr, 19rbi, 0sb) last HR: 6/5 vs. Ari (off Joakim Soria)

this homestand: .571 (4-for-7, 0hr, 2rbi) recent road trip: .167 (1-for-6, 0hr, 0rbi)
• Has appeared in 45 games, including 37 starts at catcher
• Is batting .344 (44-for-128, 6hr, 19rbi) in his starts…..had 19 hits in 108 at-bats all of last season (.176, 2hr, 10rbi)
• Was on the 10-day injured list from 5/1-5/12 with a strained left hamstring

BREWERS 2021 JUNE TRANSACTIONS

JUNE
6/1, placed OF Lorenzo Cain on the 10-day injured list with a strained right hamstring;
recalled OF Tyrone Taylor from Triple-A Nashville
6/2, optioned RHP Alec Bettinger to Triple-A Nashville
6/3, recalled LHP Hoby Milner from Triple-A Nashville
6/4, placed 2B Kolten Wong on the 10-day injured list with a left oblique strain;
recalled INF/OF Pablo Reyes from Triple-A Nashville; sent OF Derek Fisher to
Triple-A Nashville on rehab assignment
6/7, optioned INF Keston Hiura to Triple-A Nashville
6/8, selected INF/OF Jace Peterson from Triple-A Nashville
6/10, placed 3B Travis Shaw on the 10-day injured list with a dislocated left shoulder;
recalled RHP Patrick Weigel from Triple-A Nashville
6/12, acquired RHP Hunter Strickland from Los Angeles-AL in exchange for cash;
transferred 3B Travis Shaw to the 60-day injured list; placed OF Tyrone Taylor on
the 10-day injured list, retroactive to 6/11, with a right shoulder strain; recalled INF/
OF Tim Lopes from Triple-A Nashville
6/14, added RHP Hunter Strickland to the active roster; optioned RHP Patrick
Weigel to Triple-A Nashville

PLAYERS USED IN 2021 (46)

PITCHERS (23): LH Brett Anderson, RH Alec Bettinger, RH Phil Bickford, RH Brad Boxberger, RH Corbin Burnes, RH J.P. Feyereisen, RH Zack Godley, LH Josh Hader, RH Adrian
Houser, LH Eric Lauer, RH Josh Lindblom, LH Hoby Milner, RH Freddy Peralta, LH Angel Perdomo, RH Drew Rasmussen, RH Trevor Richards, RH Hunter Strickland, LH Brent
Suter, RH Patrick Weigel, RH Devin Williams, RH Brandon Woodruff, RH Eric Yardley, RH Jordan Zimmermann
CATCHERS (5): Mario Feliciano, Luke Maile, Omar Narváez, Jacob Nottingham, Manny Piña
INFIELDERS (11): Willy Adames, Orlando Arcia, Keston Hiura, Tim Lopes, Jace Peterson, Pablo Reyes, Daniel Robertson, Travis Shaw, Luis Urías, Daniel Vogelbach, Kolten Wong
OUTFIELDERS (7): Jackie Bradley Jr., Lorenzo Cain, Avisaíl García, Billy McKinney, Corey Ray, Tyrone Taylor, Christian Yelich
TOTAL PLAYERS USED: 46 (position players based on primary position)

BREWERS ON THE INJURED LIST IN 2021

PLAYER (INJURY) POS. ON ELIGIBLE OFF GAMES MISSED
Tim Lopes (right oblique strain – 60) RHP 3/8 5/31 5/31 53
Mark Mathias (torn right labrum – 60) INF/OF 3/16 5/31 – 65
Derek Fisher (strained left hamstring) OF 4/1 4/11 – 65
Jacob Nottingham (left thumb sprain) C 4/1 4/11 4/22 18
Justin Topa (right elbow strain – 60) RHP 4/1 5/31 – 65
Bobby Wahl (right oblique strain – 60) RHP 4/1 5/31 5/31 53
Kolten Wong (left oblique strain) 2B 4/10 4/20 4/23 11
Lorenzo Cain (left quad strain) OF 4/14 4/24 5/3 17
Christian Yelich (lower back strain) OF 4/17* 4/24 5/3 15
Jace Peterson (left thumb cryotherapy) INF/OF 4/23** 5/2 5/24 28
Brett Anderson (strained right hamstring) LHP 4/24 5/4 5/9 15
Josh Lindblom (right knee effusion) RHP 4/24 5/4 5/13 18
Manny Piña (fractured left great toe) C 4/27 5/7 5/8 11
Daniel Robertson (concussion) INF/OF 4/27*** 5/3 5/21 21
Zack Godley (right index fi nger contusion) RHP 4/29 5/9 5/10 12
Corbin Burnes (-) RHP 4/29 – 5/13 14
Omar Narváez (strained left hamstring) C 5/1 5/11 5/13 11
Eric Yardley (right shoulder strain) RHP 5/1^ 5/10 5/25 21
Dylan File (right elbow surgery – 60) RHP 5/2 7/1 – 38
Christian Yelich (lower back strain) OF 5/4 5/14 5/18 12
Angel Perdomo (lower back strain) LHP 5/30 6/9 – 13
Lorenzo Cain (strained right hamstring) OF 6/1 6/11 – 11
Kolten Wong (left oblique strain) 2B 6/4 6/14 – 9
Travis Shaw (dislocated left shoulder – 60) 3B 6/10 8/9 – 4
Tyrone Taylor (right shoulder strain) OF 6/12^^ 6/21 – 2

  • retro to 4/14 ** retro to 4/22 *** retro to 4/28
    ^ retro to 4/30 ^^ retro to 6/11

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