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Apr 17, 2024 2 1 5.19 3 9.5
Apr 16, 2024 1 1 5.87 3 2
Apr 14, 2024 1 1 7.50 3 -7
Apr 9, 2024 1 0 5.40 3 2.5
Apr 5, 2024 1 0 6.75 3 4

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Player Outlook
Abner Uribe continued to light up the radar gun, striking out 41 over 23 innings between Double-A and Triple-A before he was summoned for his big league debut last July. It didn't take very long for the 23-year-old rookie to earn high-leverage opportunities, as he was effective with his 3-pitch arsenal. Uribe threw his sinker 61.2% of the time at an average velocity of 99.4 mph with a .179 BA, but it was his slider (32.2% usage) that was truly devastating to opposing hitters (.080 BA, 58.4% whiff rate). He also threw an occasional fastball that registered triple-digits. All in all, Uribe's .151 batting average against was 4th-best among relievers with 30-plus innings. On the flip side, his 15.8% walk rate was 4th-worst. Uribe should be a mainstay in the late innings for Milwaukee for years to come, but improving his control will go a long way towards reaching his potential as a future closer in the league.

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2024 394.9 8.7 2 1 3 8 4 5.19 1.85
2023 82.52.6 30.7 1 1 39 20 1.76 1.17
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  • Brewers' Abner Uribe: PIcks up second win

    Uribe (2-1) earned the win Wednesday against the Padres after he allowed a hit and no walks in a scoreless eighth inning. He had one strikeout. The right-hander appeared set to blow a scoreless tie after giving up a leadoff triple, but he retired the next three batters on 10 pitches. Uribe entered in a non-save situation for the second straight day, while Joel Payamps closed out the ninth inning Wednesday for his second save of the campaign. Uribe and Payamps should be considered co-closers for the time being as the only Brewers relievers with any saves this season, besides Thyago Vieira's three-inning save.
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  • Brewers' Abner Uribe: Enters in fourth inning

    Uribe tossed 1.2 scoreless innings Tuesday against San Diego, allowing three hits and one walk with two strikeouts. Uribe had been operating as the Brewers' fill-in at closer for Devin Williams (back), but after blowing back-to-back save chances, Uribe slotted in as Milwaukee's first arm out of the bullpen Tuesday. Although he got five outs -- his first time exceeding one inning pitched this season -- and didn't yield a run, it seems Uribe is losing his hold on the closer role. If that's the case, look for Joel Payamps, Elvis Peguero or Hoby Milner to get some ninth-inning work.
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  • Brewers' Abner Uribe: Blows save, earns win

    Uribe (1-0) allowed two runs on three hits and a walk in one inning Friday. He blew a save chance but picked up a win over Seattle. Uribe blew the 5-3 lead in the ninth inning, but the Brewers walked it off win in the bottom of the frame. The 23-year-old had converted each of his first three save attempts to begin the year before Friday's hiccup. He owns a 6.75 ERA with a 2:2 K:BB through four innings.
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  • Brewers' Abner Uribe: Picks up third save

    Uribe allowed no hits and one walk in a scoreless ninth inning earn the save in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Twins. He did not record a strikeout. The 23-year-old righty issued a five-pitch walk to start the frame but promptly induced a double play and retired the side on just eight pitches. Uribe already has three saves for the 4-0 Brewers, with Joel Payamps also notching a save when Uribe had pitched the previous two days. Uribe appears to be separating himself as the top option to close with Devin Williams (back) facing an extended absence to begin the season.
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  • Brewers' Abner Uribe: Path to saves clearer

    Uribe could be in line to receive regular save chances with Devin Williams (back) out for three months, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Uribe and Joel Payamps project as the two likely candidates to take over as Milwaukee's closer after Williams was diagnosed with two stress fractures in his back Wednesday. In his first season of big-league action, Uribe logged a 1.76 ERA and 1.17 WHIP across 30.2 frames. However, neither Uribe (six earned runs, 4.1 innings) nor Payamps (five earned runs, 2.2 innings) have put together a strong spring, making it unclear who the early favorite is for Opening Day.
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  • Brewers' Abner Uribe: Knocked around Tuesday

    Uribe threw one-third of an inning of relief and gave up four earned runs in Tuesday's spring game. He allowed four hits, walked a batter and hit two others. Tuesday's tough outing may not mean much long-term, but it is worth noting with closer Devin Williams being evaluated for a back injury. Either Uribe or Joel Payamps would likely step in if Williams misses Opening Day, but neither player has been sharp this spring, and that could open the door for other relievers to join the mix.
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  • Brewers' Abner Uribe: Shakes off slow start

    Uribe tossed a scoreless inning of relief in Thursday's Cactus League contest against the White Sox. Uribe was tagged for two earned runs in his spring debut, but he has since thrown three scoreless frames over three appearances, allowing two runners to reach base over that span. After a sterling rookie season in which he struck out 39 batters over 30.2 innings and posted a 1.76 ERA and 1.17 WHIP, he is on track to open the regular season with a high-leverage role in Milwaukee's bullpen.
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  • Brewers' Abner Uribe: Optioned to Double-A

    Uribe was optioned Monday to Double-A Biloxi, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Uribe reached Double-A for two appearances in 2022, and it looks like the right-hander will return to Biloxi to open this season. The right-hander was limited to just those two games because of a torn meniscus in his right knee, but he shows a fastball that can touch triple digits and a swing-and-miss slider, and he could make his MLB debut sometime this summer.
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  • Brewers' Abner Uribe: Undergoes knee surgery

    Uribe underwent surgery Tuesday to repair the meniscus in his left knee and will be sidelined for 6-to-8 months, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Uribe is a flamethrower who was moving up prospect lists, but his season will come to an early end due to his injury. If all goes as planned with his recovery, the 21-year-old righty should be ready to go when spring training rolls around in 2023.
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