Brewers’ Luis Urías returns after coronavirus quarantine

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Milwaukee Journal SentinelPublished 5:06 PM EDT Jul 25, 2020CHICAGO– Luis Urías finally has the green light.Sidelined since screening favorable for COVID-19 prior to the Milwaukee Brewers start to summer season camp July 4, the 23-year-old shortstop was cleared to begin working out at the teams alternate training site in Appleton.Urías was asymptomatic however invested more than three weeks in quarantine in Milwaukee before lastly registering 2 unfavorable tests in a 24-hour period and being cleared by group physicians. Well simply get him going as much as we can.”Knebel, Wahl make it all the method backWhile the Brewers were shut out by the Chicago Cubs in the opener Friday, there was plenty to commemorate for a set of Milwaukee relievers.Right-hander Corey Knebel made his very first look in a game considering that Oct. 20, 2018 with a 1-2-3 seventh, finishing his comeback from Tommy John surgery in April 2019. The time just kind of altered what hes doing, as far as small league rehabilitation or just doing it with us at our summertime camp. The rest of his teammates integrated to go 0 for 27 against Kyle Hendricks.Then on Saturday, Arcia was the only starter to go hitless (0 for 4) while the Brewers other 8 starters all gathered at least one hit.Published 5:06 PM EDT Jul 25, 2020This material was originally released here.

Luis Urías goes back to action for the Brewers in Appleton after being quarantined for COVID-19Todd Rosiak and Tom Haudricourt
Milwaukee Journal SentinelPublished 5:06 PM EDT Jul 25, 2020CHICAGO– Luis Urías finally has the green light.Sidelined because screening positive for COVID-19 before the Milwaukee Brewers start to summer season camp July 4, the 23-year-old shortstop was cleared to start working out at the groups alternate training website in Appleton.Urías was asymptomatic however invested more than 3 weeks in quarantine in Milwaukee before lastly signing up two negative tests in a 24-hour period and being cleared by team physicians. The time just kind of altered what hes doing, as far as small league rehabilitation or just doing it with us at our summer camp. The rest of his teammates combined to go 0 for 27 versus Kyle Hendricks.Then on Saturday, Arcia was the lone starter to go hitless (0 for 4) while the Brewers other eight beginners all collected at least one hit.Published 5:06 PM EDT Jul 25, 2020This content was initially released here.