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Not sure about “single worst first pitch” — that’s a long list — but it belongs in the conversation. “Call Me Maybe” singer Carly Rae Jepsen threw a similarly-wide-left pitch last year at Tropicana Field.
And if there’s an athletes-only category, let’s go with Washington Wizards guard John Wall.
CINCINNATI – Milwaukee Brewers infielder Luis Urías has been activated from the injured list, more than two months after he strained his left hamstring on opening day.
The Brewers activated Urías on Monday while also announcing that first baseman Darin Ruf has a right patella fracture. The Brewers transferred Ruf from the 10-day injured list to the 60-day injured list and optioned infielder Mike Brosseau to Triple-A Nashville.
Urías was back in the starting lineup and playing third base for the Brewers on Monday night at Cincinnati.
“He’s healthy,” Brewers manager Craig Counsell said before the game. “He’s ready to go. Hopefully he can come back swinging the bat well.”
Urías batted .239 with a .335 on-base percentage, 16 homers and 47 RBIs in 119 games for the Brewers last season while playing third base, second base and shortstop.
Urías was the Brewers starting third baseman for their season-opening 4-0 loss to the Chicago Cubs, but he got hurt in that game and hadn’t played since.
Ruf got injured Friday when he ran into a tarp while chasing a foul ball. Ruf was batting .192 with a .300 on-base percentage in 11 games since joining the Brewers
“It’s frustrating that we get kind of a long-term absence based on something like that,” Counsell said.
Brosseau was hitting .205 with a .256 on-base percentage, four homers and eight RBIs in 29 games with the Brewers.