Ryan Braun
LF MIL
2 months ago

Braun is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.

EDGE Analysis

With the Brewers being eliminated from postseason contention Saturday, manager Craig Counsell will give a handful of his regulars the day off for the final game of the season. Eric Thames will take over in left field and bat third in place of Braun.

Ryan Braun
LF MIL
2 months ago

Braun went 2-for-3 with a home run and a stolen base in Monday's victory over the Pirates.

EDGE Analysis

Braun's OPS sat at .820 on Sept. 2, but he raised that mark to .858 in just over two weeks by going 15-for-48 (.313) with four home runs and eight RBI over his last 13 games. The 12 runs and four stolen bases he accumulated over that span were a boon for fantasy owners as well. As he has regularly when healthy, Braun will man left field and hit third for the Brewers the rest of the way.

Ryan Braun
LF MIL
2 months ago

Braun is out of the lineup against the Pirates on Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

Braun receives a standard day off following nine straight starts, going 8-for-32 (.250 average) with two home runs and five RBI during that span. In his place, Hernan Perez draws the assignment in left for the series finale.

Ryan Braun
LF MIL
3 months ago

Braun is out of Saturday's lineup against the Nationals.

EDGE Analysis

None of the Brewers' primary outfielders are starting against righty Max Scherzer, with Hernan Perez starting in left field, Jonathan Villar staring in center and Brett Phillips getting the nod in right. The Brewers may continue to give Braun a day or two off each week over the final month in an effort to keep him healthy and give keep their bench players fresh.

Ryan Braun
LF MIL
3 months ago

Braun is out of the lineup Sunday against the Dodgers.

EDGE Analysis

Braun is one of the many Brewers hitters that's been stuck in a rut at a plate lately, as the outfielder has mustered just three hits in 30 at-bats over the last eight games. Manager Craig Counsell is hopeful that a day of rest will be enough for Braun to find a rhythm at the plate. Hernan Perez will take Braun's spot in left field in the series finale.

Ryan Braun
LF MIL
3 months ago

Braun is out of the lineup against the Pirates on Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

Braun will receive a standard day off after starting the past 11 games, hitting .409/.458/.614 with one home runs, two RBI and five runs during that span. Hernan Perez draws the start in left field while batting seventh in the order for the second contest of a two-game set against the Pirates.

Ryan Braun
LF MIL
3 months ago

Braun went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles, a run scored and an RBI Sunday against the Reds. He was also caught stealing in the 7-4 win.

EDGE Analysis

Braun has churned out multiple extra-base hits twice in his past six games after achieving that feat in only two other contests all season. His .295/.370/.549 line is reminiscent of last year's .305/.365/.538 output, though injuries have limited the veteran outfielder to just 65 games after he suited up for at least 135 in eight of the previous nine campaigns.

Ryan Braun
LF MIL
3 months ago

Braun went 1-for-3 with a solo homer, two walks, two runs scored and a stolen base in Saturday's win over the Reds.

EDGE Analysis

The long ball was Braun's first since July 22. He had multiple hits in six straight games entering Saturday's contest, and he has now stolen bases in consecutive games, and those are good signs that Braun's feeling good after battling calf and wrist soreness last month.

Ryan Braun
LF MIL
4 months ago

Braun is not in the Brewers' lineup Thursday.

EDGE Analysis

It's likely just matinee maintenance for the 33-year-old, as Eric Thames slides to left field to spell him. The Brewers have taken extra care this year to rest Braun about once per week when he's healthy, especially as he already has missed plenty of time in 2017. He should return Friday.

Ryan Braun
LF MIL
4 months ago

Braun is not in the lineup for Thursday's game against the Nationals.

EDGE Analysis

Braun receives a day off after starting the previous four contests, including an 0-for-4 day at the plate during Wednesday's loss. In his place, Hernan Perez draws the start in left, batting fifth.