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Domingo Santana earned two hits Wednesday in Milwaukees win over the Cardinals.

Both hits were singles. Santana went ballistic with 30 long balls last year but has come down to Earth in 2018, slashing just .261/.332/.370 with three homers in 165 at-bats. He hasnt played much recently and will probably need an injury to one of the Brewers starting outfielders (Ryan Braun, Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich) to have any real fantasy relevance.

Domingo Santana came through with a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning on Tuesday, providing the only offense for either club in the Brewers 1-0 victory over the Diamondbacks.

With runners at second and third with one out in the sixth inning, Santana hit the first pitch he saw from relief pitcher Jorge De La Rosa to left field, easily deep enough for Ji-Man Choi to scamper home from third with what turned out to be the games only run. Santana finished the night 0-for-2 and is hitting a disappointing .252/.323/.354 with three homers, 13 RBI and one swipe on the season.

Domingo Santana clobbered his second home run of the season Wednesday in Milwaukees win over the Diamondbacks.

He took Matt Koch deep in the first inning, going back-to-back with Travis Shaw, who had homered in the previous at-bat. That was Santanas only hit of the afternoon, though he did drive in a run with an RBI groundout in the fifth inning. Santana has gotten off to an excruciating start following last years 30-homer breakout, but theres still plenty of time for him to turn things around.

Domingo Santana went 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored in Sundays win over the Rockies.

Santana had one hit in his previous 10 at-bats before breaking out in Sundays win. Hes now hitting .273 but has just a .694 OPS in 37 games. Thats due in large part to Santana having hit just one homer to date after swatting 30 last year. Even if that was a career year, hes got more pop than hes shown thus far. Lets hope he starts to show it soon.

Santana tallies two hits in win over Cards

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Domingo Santana came through with a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning on Tuesday, providing the only offense for either club in the Brewers 1-0 victory over the Diamondbacks.

With runners at second and third with one out in the sixth inning, Santana hit the first pitch he saw from relief pitcher Jorge De La Rosa to left field, easily deep enough for Ji-Man Choi to scamper home from third with what turned out to be the games only run. Santana finished the night 0-for-2 and is hitting a disappointing .252/.323/.354 with three homers, 13 RBI and one swipe on the season.

Domingo Santana clobbered his second home run of the season Wednesday in Milwaukees win over the Diamondbacks.

He took Matt Koch deep in the first inning, going back-to-back with Travis Shaw, who had homered in the previous at-bat. That was Santanas only hit of the afternoon, though he did drive in a run with an RBI groundout in the fifth inning. Santana has gotten off to an excruciating start following last years 30-homer breakout, but theres still plenty of time for him to turn things around.

Domingo Santana went 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored in Sundays win over the Rockies.

Santana had one hit in his previous 10 at-bats before breaking out in Sundays win. Hes now hitting .273 but has just a .694 OPS in 37 games. Thats due in large part to Santana having hit just one homer to date after swatting 30 last year. Even if that was a career year, hes got more pop than hes shown thus far. Lets hope he starts to show it soon.

Domingo Santana is not in the Brewers lineup Thursday against the Rockies.

He appears to be getting a routine maintenance day. With Santana riding the pine, Christian Yelich will handle right field and bat second against Rockies hurler German Marquez. Santana struggled in April (.235 AVG, 28 strikeouts in 81 at-bats) but has hit a robust .368 since the calendar flipped to May.

Domingo Santana went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer Friday against the Pirates.

Finally, Santana hits his first homer of the season. His blast ended Nick Kinghams night in the sixth inning. It brought the Brewers within one run at the time, but thats as close as they would get. Seeing more playing time in recent days, Santana is batting .257/.333/.317 over 30 games.

Domingo Santana went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts in the loss to the Reds on Monday.

Santana hasnt had to worry about playing time with Christian Yelich on the disabled list, but he just hasnt done much with his opportunity; hes yet to homer in 61 at-bats this season. Hell probably sit against a lot of right-handers if the Brewers can get healthy.

Domingo Santana (leg) reached base twice and scored a run Saturday.

Santana admitted to being sore following Fridays collision with teammate Lorenzo Cain, but he was back in the lineup a day later and should be fine. Christian Yelich (oblique) is due back soon, but Ryan Brauns (back) status now being up in the air helps Santanas bid for playing time.

Domingo Santana said after Fridays game that he was sore after colliding with teammate Lorenzo Cain in the outfield while converging on a fly ball.

Santana said he isnt sure if hell be able to play on Saturday. It doesnt sound like hes at risk of a substantial layoff, but expect him to get a day of rest on Saturday to be on the safe side.

Domingo Santana will not be in the starting lineup on Friday against the Cardinals in the Brewers home opener.

Santana is essentially replaced by Eric Thames who will bat fifth and play first base, and Ryan Braun will be in left field. The rest of the Milwaukee lineup against the Cardinals: Lorenzo Cain CF, Christian Yelich, RF, Braun LF, Travis Shaw 3B, Thames 1B, Manny Pina C, Jonathan Villar 2B, Orlando Arcia SS, and Zach Davies starting on the mound.

Domingo Santana went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and two runs scored in Saturdays Cactus League win over the Rockies.

Santana slugged a solo home run with one out in the fifth inning, his first long ball of the spring. Hes played well in the early going of Cactus League action after working to a .278/.371/.505 triple-slash with 30 homers and 85 RBI during the 2017 season.

Domingo Santana went 2-for-2 with two doubles and a walk as the split-squad Brewers topped the Cubs 2-1 on Friday.

It was a nice start to the spring for Santana, but barring an injury or a trade, hes likely to begin the season in a diminished role following the additions of Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain. The best outcome for all involved would be for Santana to be moved for a pitcher, but nothing has materialized as of yet.

Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reports that the Diamondbacks were very interested in Domingo Santana this offseason.

Cafardo says that the Brewers were likely targeting Patrick Corbin in trade talks with the DBacks, but they were rebuffed. Its hard to imagine Arizona rejecting a one-for-one Santana-for-Corbin trade proposal considering that Corbin is a free agent after this season and Santana isnt even arbitration-eligible yet, so there were surely other players involved here if in fact talks did center around Santana and Corbin. The Brewers are saying at the moment that theyre happy to keep Santana and play Ryan Braun more at first base, but it still seems to make the most sense for them to deal Santana for pitching.

Jerry Crasnick of ESPN reports that the Brewers are getting close to a trade.

The club has been shopping dynamic outfielder Domingo Santana this offseason, but have yet to find a potential match in any deal. The Brewers have a logjam of outfielders, so making a move prior to the start of spring training seems like an inevitability.

According to ESPNs Jerry Crasnick, the trade market for Domingo Santana is not as brisk as Milwaukee might have hoped.

Santana broke out with an .875 OPS, 30 home runs, 85 RBI, 15 stolen bases, and 88 runs scored in 151 games this past season for the Brewers, but his defensive ratings in the outfield are extremely poor and there was some hope in the Milwaukee front office that a sell-high move could be made this winter. It sounds like that wont happen. Santana, 25, is under the Brewers control through 2021.

Stephen Vogt (shoulder) said hes hoping to play in 2019.

Vogt underwent season-ending surgery on his right shoulder last week, but it was less invasive than anticipated and shouldnt threaten his career as long as the rehab process goes smoothly. Obviously, there is a lot of hard work ahead of me, Vogt said, but there is some hope in the future that I can regain full strength and be back. The 33-year-old catcher is arbitration-eligible this winter, though the Brewers figure to non-tender him.

Eric Thames (thumb) has been cleared to resume hitting.

Thames got the go-ahead after a visit with a specialist on Tuesday. He could begin a minor league rehab assignment in about a week and would seem on track to rejoin the Brewers active roster around mid-June. The 31-year-old slugger might return in a sort of utility role if Jesus Aguilar continues to excel as Milwaukees everyday first baseman. Thames has been out since April 25 with a torn UCL in his left thumb.

Brewers placed INF Nick Franklin on the 10-day disabled list with a right quadriceps strain.

Franklin suffered the injury Tuesday in his first major league game since July 2017. He is likely to miss around three weeks and could be sent back to the minor leagues once hes healthy.

Brewers placed INF Tyler Saladino on the 10-day disabled list with a left ankle sprain.

Saladino suffered the injury Tuesday when he stepped awkwardly on the second base bag on a force out in the top of the third inning. Orlando Arcia has been recalled from Triple-A Colorado Springs and should reprise his role as the Brewers everyday shortstop.

Jimmy Nelson (shoulder) resumed throwing Monday.

Nelson was advised to take a 10-day break from throwing after a visit with Dr. ElAttrache earlier this month. He was throwing at a distance of 150 feet prior to the check-in, but now hell have to work his way back. It previously looked like a return in June was possible, but now a return around midseason appears more realistic if he can avoid setbacks. Nelson is working his way back from shoulder surgery last September.

Wade Miley (oblique) resumed throwing Monday.

Miley suffered a right oblique strain on May 8 and was promptly placed on the 60-day disabled list. Hes starting to make some progress, but hes not eligible to return until July.

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Matt Kemp getting the night off Thursday

Dodgers activate Kershaw for Thursdays start

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Phillies promote OF prospect Dylan Cozens

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