Keon Broxton had been red hot in Colorado Springs after a slow start to the season, but it wasn’t enough for the outfielder went 4-for-22 over ten games before being optioned back to Colorado Springs when the Milwaukee Brewers reinstated Domingo Santana from the DL.
In his return from the DL Santana had a strong outing, Santana commented after the game saying
"“I had a pretty good idea, once I left Milwaukee, that I was 100 percent.”"
Despite Jonathan Villar being red-hot as of late, it wasn’t enough for the Milwaukee Brewers last night.
Jimmy Nelson had an off-night in the loss to the Phillies yesterday, but the bullpen provided solid relief throwing four scoreless innings for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Once a struggling prospect with the Phillies, Villar has been thriving with the Milwaukee Brewers.
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Fox Sports Wisconsin has a preview of today’s matchup against the Phillies.
While you’re watching or listening to the game, here are some players to keep an eye out for.
Miguel Diaz, a Milwaukee Brewers prospect, was one of the top performers yesterday.
Another Milwaukee Brewers prospect was traded away ICYMI.
Around the Brewers Blogosphere
Kyle L. of Brew Crew Ball has more on that trade including an analysis on why the former first-round draft pick didn’t work out.
Some prospects work out as three from the Milwaukee Brewers system were named to the all-star team.
Miller Park Prospects has a nice round-up of all that happened in the Milwaukee Brewers farm system yesterday.
They also have a nice preview of the Milwaukee Brewers Dominican Summer League Affiliate.
Apparently there’s a new ‘It’ couple in MLB, as Travis Sarandos of DoU reports.
Not all news for the Milwaukee Brewers has been good, as Kyle L. reports that two 2015 draftees of the Brewers have passed away.