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2023 144.52.5 29 3 24 28 7 .246
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Playing third base in Cactus opener

    Frelick will start at third base and lead off for the Brewers on Saturday in their Cactus League opener versus the Padres, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Frelick has been working out in the infield this spring and the Brewers are throwing him into the fire at the hot corner as their spring schedule opens. The 23-year-old's only previous infield experience came with the North Shore Navigators in summer ball back in 2018 and 2020. It would seem like a stretch for Frelick to be used at third base with regularity in 2024, but the team's lack of established options at the position could work in his favor.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Learning to play in infield

    Frelick has been learning to play at second and third base, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports. With the impending arrival of Jackson Chourio, the Brewers' outfield unit has begun to look crowded, with Frelick, Garrett Mitchell, Christian Yelich and Joey Wiemer also vying for playing time. Frelick proved to be a great defender in center and right field last season, so the Brewers likely won't completely remove him from the outfield group, but further adding to Frelick's versatility could open up more opportunities for him to start while also allowing Milwaukee's other outfielders to play with more regularity.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Covering center field in Game 1

    Frelick is playing center field and batting fifth Tuesday in Game 1 of the NL Wild Card Series against the Diamondbacks. Tyrone Taylor will cover right field after Garrett Mitchell was left off the roster completely. Frelick got off to a roaring start when the Brewers initially called him up from Triple-A Nashville in late July, but he stumbled to a .238/.304/.293 slash line with zero home runs over his final 161 plate appearances of the regular season.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Hits bench versus lefty

    Frelick isn't starting Saturday against the Cubs. With left-hander Jordan Wicks set to start on the mound for Chicago, the lefty-hitting Frelick will retreat to the dugout. Tyrone Taylor will get the nod in right field and bat sixth.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Heads to bench Thursday

    Frelick is not in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Cardinals. Frelick is enjoying a productive rookie season overall, but his OPS has fallen from .769 to .702 since the beginning of September and he could get dinged on playing time as the Brewers work Garrett Mitchell (shoulder) back into the mix. Mitchell will start in center field Thursday with Mark Canha patrolling right field. Tyrone Taylor is also on the bench.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Not starting Sunday

    Frelick is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Nationals. Frelick will often start against left-handed pitchers, but he'll sit Sunday with veteran Patrick Corbin on the mound for Washington. The rookie outfielder is in the midst of a six-game hit streak and has gone 9-for-25 with a double, a stolen base, two RBI and two runs in that stretch. Blake Perkins (oblique) will start in center field in his return from the injured list.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Sitting versus lefty

    Frelick is out of the lineup Sunday against the Phillies. Left-hander Ranger Suarez will start on the bump for Philadelphia, meaning the lefty-hitting Frelick will stay put in the Brewers' dugout. Joey Wiemer will start in center field and bat sixth while Frelick sits.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Returns to lineup

    Frelick (hamstring) will start in center field and bat cleanup Saturday against the Padres. After missing four games as a result of a sore right hamstring, Frelick will return as Milwaukee's starting center fielder Saturday. The 23-year-old rookie has enjoyed playing in front of his home crowd since debuting in July, posting a 1.208 OPS across 45 plate appearances at American Family Field.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Held out again Wednesday

    Frelick (hamstring) remains out of the lineup for Wednesday's game versus the Twins, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Frelick still hasn't played since Saturday due to a right hamstring injury. The Brewers have an off day Thursday, so perhaps they're hoping the rookie outfielder will be ready to go for their weekend series against the Padres. Tyrone Taylor is in center field and Mark Canha is in right field for the Brew Crew on Wednesday.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Scratched with sore hamstring

    Frelick was scratched from the lineup Tuesday versus the Twins due to lingering right hamstring soreness, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. Frelick sat out of Sunday's series finale against the Rangers after tweaking his right hamstring Saturday, and it's still an issue even after Monday's scheduled team off day. Joey Wiemer will now start in center field and bat ninth for the Brewers in Tuesday's series opener against Minnesota.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Managing hamstring issue

    Frelick is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rangers due to a right hamstring injury, Sophia Minnaert of Bally Sports Wisconsin reports. Frelick apparently tweaked something during Saturday's contest and was replaced by a pinch hitter during the sixth inning after going 2-for-3. The Brewers have a team day off Monday, so the 23-year-old will have two full days to rest up ahead of Tuesday's series opener versus the Twins. Christian Yelich, Tyrone Taylor and Mark Canha are starting from left to right in the outfield Sunday for Milwaukee.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Swipes three bags in loss

    Frelick went 1-for-2 with two walks and three stolen bases in a 1-0 loss to the Dodgers on Thursday. Milwaukee struggled to generate offense against Lance Lynn and a pair of Los Angeles relievers, notching just five hits, all of which were singles. Frelick did his best to help get a run across the plate, reaching in three of his four plate appearances and swiping three bags after coming into the contest with just two steals over 23 games. The rookie got into scoring position three times, but he was stranded in each instance, including in the ninth inning when he walked and stole second with two outs as the potential tying run.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Sitting versus lefty

    Frelick isn't in the Brewers' lineup Tuesday against the Rockies. Although Frelick bashed a three-run homer in his only career plate appearance against a lefty, he will take a seat against Kyle Freeland and the Rockies on Tuesday. Tyrone Taylor will start in right field and bat fourth in Frelick's place.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Productive in blowout win

    Frelick went 2-for-3 with a home run, a double, a walk, four RBI and three runs scored in Monday's 12-1 win over the Rockies. Frelick has gone a solid 5-for-14 (.357) with two homers, 11 RBI and five walks over his last five games. Six of his 12 hits at the major-league level have gone for extra bases, and he also sports a 14:11 BB:K, continuing his trend of solid plate discipline from the minors. The rookie outfielder is slashing .273/.435/.545 with three homers, 15 RBI, a stolen base and 14 runs scored through 16 contests.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Homers, drives in five

    Frelick went 2-for-3 with a double, a home run, five RBI and an additional run scored in Thursday's 14-1 win over the Pirates. Frelick got the Brewers on the board in the first inning with a two-run double before blasting a three-run homer off Jose Hernandez in the sixth, extending the lead to 11-1. Frelick had cooled off after a fast start to his MLB career, going 0-for-14 in his previous five games. Overall, the rookie outfielder is 9-for-33 (.273) with a pair of homers, 11 runs scored and nine RBI across his first 46 plate appearances while drawing nearly twice as many walks (11) as strikeouts (6).
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Returns to lineup Thursday

    Frelick (leg) is back in the lineup Thursday versus the Pirates. Frelick collided with the outfield wall Tuesday in Washington and was on the bench for Wednesday's series finale, but he suffered only a minor leg bruise and is good to go heading into the Brewers' four-game set against Pittsburgh. The 23-year-old will start in right field and bat fifth Thursday at American Family Field.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Sits against lefty

    Frelick is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Nationals. With lefty MacKenzie Gore on the hill for Washington, the lefty-hitting Frelick will head to the bench after starting in each of the Brewers' last six games. He went hitless in the last four of those contests, bringing his batting average down to .241 through his first 10 games with Milwaukee. Tyrone Taylor will check in for Frelick in right field.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Belts first big-league long ball

    Frelick went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in Monday's 3-2 win against the Reds. After collecting four singles in six at-bats in his first two games in the majors, Frelick slugged a solo shot to right field in the sixth inning Monday for his first homer (and first extra-base hit). The 23-year-old also drew a walk in the contest, so he's reached base seven times in 12 plate appearances thus far. That pace is unsustainable, but Frelick is proving to be a dynamic addition to the Brewers' lineup and to fantasy squads that roster him.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Possible waiver wire pickups

    Frelick was my No. 1 prospect to stash coming into the season, and here he is getting the call in late July finally. So why am I not rushing to the waiver wire eager to throw fists of FAB bucks at him? The reason he was delayed for so long is because he had surgery to repair a torn thumb ligament, and he hasn't looked quite right since returning, batting .255 at the same level (Triple-A) where he hit .365 last year. Still, the Brewers thought the time was right, and he's 4 for 8 in the majors so far. All of the hits are singles, but that's his MO. It's a profile not unlike Steven Kwan's, which means a lot is riding on Frelick batting .300 and stealing bases at a good clip. Go ahead and take the plunge in five-outfielder leagues, but in three-outfielder leagues, wait and see.
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  • Brewers' Sal Frelick: Surging at Triple-A

    Frelick has gone 8-for-17 (.471) with a home run, two doubles, eight RBI, two stolen bases and a 2:0 BB:K over his last four games with Triple-A Nashville. Frelick was pretty quiet over the first half of July, but he's made all kinds of noise in recent days and racked up six RBI alone in Thursday's contest. His .683 OPS on the season does not stand out, but that can partly be attributed to a thumb injury, which he seems to have finally moved past. Frelick remains one of the better prospects in baseball, and the Brewers may give him a look in the big leagues before the season comes to a close.
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