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JEFF BIANCHI RUMORS & GOSSIP

Brewers Injury Update: Jeff Bianchi transferred to 60-day DL

The Milwaukee Brewers have placed utility infielder Jeff Bianchi on the 60-day disabled list. R.J. White from CBSsports.com is reporting that he got a second opinion on his sore elbow and his status has not changed.Bianchi, who was the 50th selection of the 2005 draft by the Kansas City Royals had Tommy John Surgery in his career. But his most recent injury does not appear to require...
Via MLB Injury News
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Brewers Injury Update: Jeff Bianchi will be placed on the DL

Milwaukee Brewers beat writer Adam McCalvy is reporting that utility infielder Jeff Bianchi is being placed on the 15-day disabled list with a sore right elbow.  Along with this news comes word that everyday shortstop Jean Segura has been activated from the bereavement list after the tragic loss of his young son and will be with the team in Washington on Friday.#Brewers IF Jeff...
Via Sports Injury Alert
July 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Back in big leagues, Bianchi taking advantage of second Brewers stint

MILWAUKEE -- Being removed from a team's 40-man roster can oftentimes be a career death sentence. Once a player is off, he isn't usually coming back on. There was a very real chance Jeff Bianchi had played his last game with the Milwaukee Brewers when the club outrighted the utility infielder off the 40-man roster on May 24. After he cleared waivers, Bianchi was assigned...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Bianchi to begin Double-A rehab assignment

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...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
April 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Bianchi drops out of WBC with injury

Instead of spending time playing in the World Baseball Classic, Jeff Bianchi will be rehabbing an injury. The Brewers announced Tuesday that their reserve infielder had to withdraw from playing with Italy in the WBC because of a left groin strain suffered in last Saturdays spring training game. Born in the United States but of Italian descent, Bianchi was expected to be Italys starting...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
March 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Bianchi couldn't pass up spot in the WBC

Jeff Bianchi was born roughly 4,500 miles from Italy in Lampeter, Pa. He'll be the first one to tell you he's only of Italian descent. But with not much of a shot to ever represent the United States in the World Baseball Classic, how could the Milwaukee Brewers infielder say no when Team Italy came calling? His decision wasn't as easy as it seems because Bianchi is...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
February 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Brewers shortstop Bianchi a revelation

Brewers manager Ron Roenicke admitted that he didn't know much about shortstop Jeff Bianchi when he came up to the major leagues. After losing Alex Gonzalez for the season, Bianchi was simply another replacement bat in the crowd -- a waiver claim that spent half of the season putting up impressive numbers at Triple-A Nashville -- as the Brewers scrambled to find a suitable shortstop...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
September 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Bianchi may get his chance with Brewers

MILWAUKEE In 2012, it was an injury to Alex Gonzalez that gave shortstop Jeff Bianchi a chance to achieve his dream of playing in the major leagues. But for the seven years before that, injuries threatened to keep him from ever making it in the sport he loves so much. It's a cruel coincidence that Bianchi clearly doesn't like to call attention to. Instead, in just his second...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
July 24, 2012  |  Discuss

Get To Know Jeff Bianchi

Close enough. According to pretty much everybody, Milwaukee's first nine games after the All-Star break are the most vital games ever, making the previous 85 Brewers contests all but meaningless. People are saying this because 1. Such statements cause reaction and panic, which creates more page views, and 2. It's sort of true. The Crew resumes its schedule with consecutive...
Via Miller Park Drunk
July 12, 2012  |  Discuss
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