The Milwaukee Brewers just got Christian Yelich back after he played in just one game over the past two weeks. Now another outfielder is out, but with a hamstring injury. Team officials are saying that he is out as a precaution and that his injury is minor.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Tyrone Taylor is out as a precaution with a minor hamstring injury.
Tyrone Taylor missed a vast majority of this season with an elbow issue. He received injections early on in spring, joined the team for his 2023 season debut in early May, but then quickly landed back on the IL in June due to his elbow.
Around the All-Star break Tyrone Taylor rejoined the Brewers and has been with them since. He has gotten hot over the month of September and over his last 16 games he is slashing .310/.333/.621 with four home runs and six doubles.
The last game that Tyrone Taylor appeared in was three days ago on Wednesday, September 20 against the St. Louis Cardinals. As a precaution he has since been out with a tweaked hamstring. He should have a role in Milwaukee’s postseason so getting him fully healthy ahead of time is a smart idea.
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