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The Milwaukee Brewers have placed left fielder Ryan Braun on the bereavement list effective Thursday due to a family medical issue.
Braun left the Brewers on Thursday, and the club will announce a corresponding roster move following Thursday night's game in Arizona.
After missing a month with an inflamed nerve in his right hand, Braun was activated from the disabled list Tuesday. He returned to the lineup Wednesday and went 1-for-3.
The bereavement caries is a minimum of three days and a maximum of seven days.
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Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun will miss at least three games after being placed on bereavement leave.
Braun was expected to return to the lineup Thursday night against Arizona, but left the team due to a family medical issue, according to the team.
Bereavement leave has to be at least three days and no more than seven under baseball's rules.
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