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Milwaukee Brewers infielder Jeff Bianchi will begin a rehab assignment with Double-A Huntsville on Saturday as he recovers from a left hip injury.
Bianchi, 26, has been on the 15-day disabled list since March 27 with left hip bursitis. The condition limited Bianchi to just eight spring training games and caused him to drop off of Italy's roster for the World Baseball Classic.Making his major league debut with the Brewers last season, Bianchi hit .188 with three home runs and nine RBI in 33 games in 2012.
The versatile infielder could be valuable to the Brewers with multiple infielders battling injuries, and he likely would have made the Opening Day roster if he would have been healthy.
Infielder Taylor Green -- also on the disabled list with a hip injury -- suffered a setback while taking ground balls earlier this week. Green was scheduled to play Wednesday in Arizona but had his comeback stalled by the setback.
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Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Alex Gonzalez left Friday's game against St. Louis after being hit on his left hand by a pitch.
X-rays on Gonzalez's hand were negative, and the Brewers announced he left the game with a left hand contusion. Gonzalez was hit by a 92-mph fastball from Cardinals right-hander Shelby Miller in the second inning but stayed in the game before coming...
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Now imagine how difficult it is for a young player to come up and get an at-bat pinch hitting here and maybe another one two days later. Just like anything in life, there's a better chance of success with continuous repetition.
Kyle Lohse did all he could to make his return to St. Louis a success. Sharp, efficient and locked in, Lohse allowed just two runs in seven strong innings.
But Milwaukee's offense could manage just two hits, and the Brewers were shut down by Cardinals rookie right-hander Shelby Miller in a 2-0 loss at Busch Stadium, falling to 2-7 on the season.
Lohse - who got a standing ovation...
Kyle Lohse had no complaints about his first start in St. Louis since changing teams. Going on six days' rest and off a very short spring, he kept his team in the game.
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At least in previous losses there was somewhere to point the finger. Either the starting pitching wasn't good enough, the bullpen coughed up the lead or the offense just couldn't score runs.
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Kyle Lohse has cut the cord from his Cardinals days, spending a final night in his empty St. Louis home that's been sold before starting against his old team.
By last August, even though he was having a career year, he knew St. Louis had no interest in re-signing him.
Lohse waited until the final week of spring training to get a free-agent deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, festering...
(AP) -- An unscheduled day off was just what the Milwaukee Brewers needed. It also set up an unexpected return to St. Louis for newcomer Kyle Lohse.
The Brewers right-hander faces his former Cardinals teammates for the first time Friday night as these NL Central rivals open a three-game series.
With Wednesday's road game against the Chicago Cubs postponed due to inclement weather...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Kyle Lohse has cut ties from his Cardinals days, spending a final night in his empty St. Louis home that's been sold before starting against his old team.
By last August, even though he was having a career year, he knew St. Louis had no interest in re-signing him. The Cardinals signed ace Adam Wainwright to a multiyear extension this spring.
"I just went...
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A near-sellout crowd of 42,528 bundled up in 44-degree chill for the second Stan Musial tribute of the opening homestand...