Jean Segura SS MIL 1 week ago

Segura was placed on the 15-day disabled list Thursday with a fractured right pinky finger.

It's not immediately clear how long Segura will be sidelined with the setback, but he will be out at least the next two weeks. Luis Sardinas was called up to take Segura's place on the roster, but it seems likely that Hector Gomez -- the only other player to start at shortstop for the Brewers this season -- will get the first chance to replace him as the Brewers' regular shortstop.

Jean Segura SS MIL 1 week ago

Segura (finger) has been scratched from the lineup Wednesday against the White Sox, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Segura was scratched due to soreness in his right pinky finger. The lineup has been shuffled, with Hector Gomez filling in at shortstop and batting seventh and Scooter Gennett playing second base and batting eighth. Elian Herrera will bat leadoff.

Jean Segura SS MIL 2 weeks ago

Segura is not in the lineup for Monday's game against the White Sox.

Segura tallied just four hits over his last eight games, so manager Craig Counsell decided to give him the day off Monday. Hector Gomez will get the start at shortstop in Segura's place.

Jean Segura SS MIL 2 weeks ago

Segura went 2-for-5 with his second home run of the season in the 12-4 win over the Cubs Saturday.

Segura has been very effective out of the leadoff spot lately and scored two runs to go along with his solo homer. It's unfortunate for Segura, as he'll likely be pulled out of the leadoff spot once Carlos Gomez returns from his recent hip injury.

Jean Segura SS MIL 3 weeks ago

Segura (head) is in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Dodgers.

Segura was expected to return to action Tuesday despite taking a pitch off the front of his helmet in Sunday's game, and he will do just that. Segura will start at shortstop like he regularly does and hit seventh against Dodgers starter Zack Greinke.

Jean Segura SS MIL 3 weeks ago

Segura is expected to return to the lineup Tuesday against the Dodgers, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

Segura took a pitch to the head against the Cubs on Sunday but his CT scans came back negative and apparently is not dealing with any truly threatening implications. This move will likely demote Hector Gomez back to the dugout, although Gomez homered off Clayton Kershaw on Monday which may cause newly instated manager Craig Counsell to consider getting Gomez some extra at bats moving forward.

Jean Segura SS MIL 3 weeks ago

Segura (head) isn't in the lineup for Monday's game against the Dodgers.

Segura was hit in the helmet and then head by a pitch Sunday, but his CT scan came back negative Monday. He may be able to avoid a DL stint, but he'll be replaced in Monday's lineup by Hector Gomez, who'll bat eighth.

Jean Segura SS MIL 3 weeks ago

Segura's (head) CT scan returned negative Monday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

The report also indicates that the news leaves hope that Segura wont' require a stint on the disabled list. He didn't travel with the team back from Chicago on Sunday, but a decision on his status is expected at some point Monday.

Jean Segura SS MIL 3 weeks ago

Segura (head) didn't return to Milwaukee with the rest of the team following Sunday's series finale with the Cubs, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports.

Segura departed Sunday's game in the eighth inning after taking a pitch to the helmet, and decided to stick around in Chicago a little longer to receive further evaluation. He was reportedly experiencing symptoms of nausea, which hints that he may be nursing some sort of concussion. The Brewers do plan on having him head back to Milwaukee later in the evening, but it's looking doubtful that he'll be available for Monday's series opener against the Dodgers.

Jean Segura SS MIL 3 weeks ago

Segura was removed from Sunday's game against the Cubs after taking a pitch to the helmet during his eighth-inning at-bat.

Segura had previously been hit in the helmet in the Brewers' season-opening series with the Rockies and was able to remain in that game, but that wouldn't be the case this time around. He fell to the ground after taking the ball to the head, and while he was able to eventually get up under his own power and take first base, the Brewers elected to pull him from the game. He'll likely be evaluated for a concussion by the Brewers' training staff.