Prior to the start of the Philadelphia Phillies series, the Brewers provided injury updates on a few key players. The updates consisted of Hunter Renfroe being activated, Willy Adames being close to returning, and Trevor Gott going on the IL
OF Hunter Renfroe reinstated from the 10-day injured list.
RHP Trevor Gott placed on the 15-day injured list with a right groin strain, retroactive to June 6. pic.twitter.com/T5FzkPNhzB
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) June 7, 2022
Hunter Renfroe returns to the lineup
After being placed on the IL with a hamstring strain, Hunter Renfroe is ready to return to the Brewers lineup. Renfroe injured his leg during the series in San Diego when he scored from first base off a double. For Renfroe the injury came at a bad time as he was in a stretch of games where he was playing very well offensively. The Brewers will be glad to have his bat back in the lineup.
Trevor Gott has a right groin strain
Gott, who got tagged with the loss in the series finale Sunday against the Padres, is heading to the IL due to a groin strain. Milwaukee Brewers beat reporter Adam McCalvy indicated that the injury occurred during that outing. It is not considered to be serious, but it was not looking like he was going to be able to pitch against the Phillies. This resulted in him being placed on the IL.
Willy Adames could be activated as soon as Wednesday
It has been a very interesting IL stint for shortstop Willy Adames. His initial injury was to his ankle but during his rehab stint he started experiencing quad soreness. The Brewers have elected to be very cautious with him during this time. It is encouring that he may be activated as soon as Wednesday.
Sounds like Willy Adames will be activated tomorrow — as long as things today go well, per Counsell. He came in today saying he was 100 percent. Counsell added they wanted him to show that and therefore gave it another day.
— Will Sammon (@WillSammon) June 7, 2022
The Brewers just finished a very tough portion of their schedule. They were able to weather the storm despite a lot of injuries. The encouraging news is that they should slowly continue to get healthier.
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