Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Adrian Houser left Saturday’s spring training game with groin tightness. He was slated to start in the bullpen this year for the Brew Crew and they will have a better status report on him tomorrow.
Adrian Houser left Saturdays game between the Milwaukee Brewers and Oakland Athletics with groin tightness.
Adrian Houser exited today’s outing against the A’s because of groin tightness, an issue that cut short his 2022 season and then pushed back a recent outing. Brewers will know more tomorrow, Craig Counsell said.
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The Brewers currently have pitcher Jason Alexander on the 60 day IL, reliever Justin Wilson is not expected to be ready for game action until July, and Aaron Ashby is also on the mend. If Adrian Houser would miss opening day, he would then be the fourth pitcher unavailable.
Groin tightness sidelined Adrian Houser at the end of last season and also had caused him to push back an appearance earlier this spring. If he is unable to go for opening day the depth of Milwaukee’s unproven bullpen may be even more stressed early on in the season.
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