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Jun 17, 2024 0 0 0 0 -0.5
Jun 16, 2024 0 0 0 0 -1
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Blake Perkins joined the Brewers last offseason and made his MLB debut in 2023, posting a .217/.325/.350 slash line with four homers and five steals in 67 games. The offensive production was forgettable, but a 13.9 percent walk rate coupled with strong defense (11 DRS) led to a regular role before being sidelined for a month during the second half with an oblique strain. Perkins seems unlikely to operate as much more than a fourth outfielder given Milwaukee's plethora of young outfield talent, but he could still provide some bench value for the Brewers.

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2024 141.52.3 35 5 21 20 10 .244
2023 1061.6 28 4 20 23 5 .217
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Resting Tuesday

    Perkins isn't in the Brewers' lineup for Tuesday's game versus the Angels. Perkins has gone just 1-for-16 with six strikeouts across his last five games, and he'll now get a day to regroup Tuesday. His absence will put Christian Yelich, Sal Frelick and Jackson Chourio in the outfield while William Contreras (head) serves as the designated hitter, allowing Gary Sanchez to start at catcher.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Two hits, steal in loss

    Perkins went 2-for-4 with a stolen base in Tuesday's 3-0 loss to the Blue Jays. Perkins was the only Brewer with multiple hits in the contest. He's surged at the plate with seven multi-hit efforts and five extra-base hits over his last 12 contests, going 16-for-42 (.381) in that span. The outfielder is up to a .259/.330/.389 slash line with seven steals, five home runs, 21 RBI and 33 runs scored through 215 plate appearances, though he also has a 26.5 percent strikeout rate that could ultimately drag down his batting line in the long run. As long as he's hitting, Perkins should see a starting role in center field.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Sitting Monday

    Perkins is not in the starting lineup for Monday's series opener against the Blue Jays. Perkins will begin Monday's game in the dugout after starting in each of the last six games. Over that span, the 27-year-old has gone 8-for-21 with two triples and two RBI. Sal Frelick will shift to center field while Jackson Chourio will start in right field against Toronto right-hander Jose Berrios.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Goes deep Wednesday

    Perkins went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and a double in Wednesday's 10-6 win over the Cubs. Perkins went yard as part of a five-run third inning for the Brewers. That homer was his first since he hit a long ball against the Cubs on May 4. He hit a poor .164 with a .388 OPS over 20 contests between homers. For the season, Perkins is slashing .232/.318/.361 with five homers, 17 RBI, 25 runs scored, five stolen bases and five doubles across 176 plate appearances while seeing a majority of the playing time in center field.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Swipes two bags Friday

    Perkins went 2-for-3 with a walk, two runs scored and two stolen bases in Friday's 7-2 win over the Red Sox. Getting the start in center field and batting ninth, Perkins swiped his first bags in May and reached base three times, extending a hot streak that has seen him go 7-for-15 over the last six games with three walks. The 27-year-old has gained more playing time of late, but manager Pat Murphy will likely continue riding the hot hand among his outfielders, giving Perkins little job security without a longer run of success at the plate.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Not starting Thursday

    Perkins isn't in the Brewers' lineup for Thursday's game against St. Louis. Perkins has cooled off considerably after a hot start, slashing just .136/.208/.273 with two RBI across his last six games. His absence Thursday will move Sal Frelick into center field while Jake Bauers picks up a start in right field, batting eighth.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Moving into regular role

    Perkins will start in center field and bat ninth in Wednesday's game against the Padres. Despite going hitless with a pair of strikeouts in four at-bats in Tuesday's 6-3 loss, Perkins will remain in the lineup for a fifth straight game. Perkins owns an .895 OPS over 38 plate appearances on the season and looks poised to maintain a near-everyday role in the Milwaukee outfield while Christian Yelich (back) is on the injured list.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Late-game heroics not enough

    Perkins went 3-for-4 with a solo home run and an additional run scored during Sunday's 6-4 loss to Baltimore. Perkins belted a go-ahead homer in the seventh inning off Yennier Cano. However, the Orioles immediately took back the lead in the bottom of the seventh. Still, Perkins racked up his second three-hit game of 2024 and has generated a hit in six of seven appearances. In 26 at-bats, Perkins owns a team-leading .385 batting average with a 1.082 OPS.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Homers, swipes bag

    Perkins went 1-for-2 with a solo home run, two runs scored and a stolen base in Wednesday's win over Cincinnati. He also walked and was hit by a pitch in the contest. Perkins stole second after being hit by a pitch to open the fourth inning and then eventually came around to score Milwaukee's sixth run on a sacrifice fly from Jackson Chourio. The outfielder wasn't done yet, however, adding a solo shot off Hunter Greene in the sixth, giving him his first long ball of the season. Perkins has now hit safely in all four games he's played, racking up four RBI, five runs and two stolen bases over that stretch.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Productive from No. 9 spot

    Perkins went 3-for-5 with three RBI, two runs scored and a stolen base in Tuesday's 9-5 win over Cincinnati. Perkins opened the scoring in the third inning with a two-run single before swiping his first bag of the year and scoring on a Christian Yelich hit. The 27-year-old switch-hitter would add a third RBI with another base hit in the sixth. It was just the third start of the season for Perkins -- he's now 5-for-13 on the year with three RBI and three runs scored after slashing .217/.325/.350 with four homers and five stolen bases through 67 games as a rookie last season. Perkins will likely remain the fourth outfielder in Milwaukee until Garrett Mitchell (hand) is ready to return from the IL.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Makes Opening Day roster

    Perkins has made the Brewers' Opening Day roster, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Perkins should see quite a bit of playing time in right field against lefties and could get some starts versus righties, too, if Garrett Mitchell (hand) isn't ready. The 27-year-old put up a .675 OPS over 168 plate appearances with the Brewers last season.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Pops solo homer

    Perkins went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Thursday's win against the Cardinals. Perkins opened the scoring in Thursday's victory with a 390-foot solo homer off Miles Mikolas in the third inning. The 27-year-old rookie has started four of five games since returning from an oblique injury Sept. 17. Perkins is known for his glove and speed and is slashing .217/.322/.326 with three homers and five steals over 60 games.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Starting in return from IL

    Perkins (oblique) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list and is starting in center field and batting ninth Sunday versus the Nationals. Perkins has been sidelined by the oblique injury since Aug. 11 but will rejoin the Brewers after a four-game rehab assignment. The 27-year-old has a .212/.311/.297 slash line across 56 games this season and should operate as a depth outfielder.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Rehabbing in Arizona

    Perkins (oblique) will report to the Brewers' spring training complex in Arizona this week to continue workouts, Curt Hogg of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. The Brewers haven't clarified where exactly Perkins stands in his recovery from the left oblique strain that has sidelined him since Aug. 11, but the fact that he's working out in Arizona and isn't being shut down from baseball activities can be taken as a positive sign. Perkins will eventually need to complete a minor-league rehab assignment before returning from the 10-day injured list, likely at some point in September. Once activated, Perkins is expected to be limited to a depth role in the Milwaukee outfield.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Placed on injured list

    The Brewers placed Perkins on the 10-day injured list with a left oblique strain. Between his struggles at the plate and the emergence of Sal Frelick, Perkins' playing time has declined recently. Now, he'll be put on the shelf for at least 10 days while Abraham Toro comes up from Triple-A Nashville to take his spot on the bench.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Swipes fourth bag

    Perkins went 2-for-3 with a walk, a double, two runs scored, two RBI and a stolen base in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Phillies. Getting the start in left field and batting eighth against southpaw Cristopher Sanchez, Perkins produced his first multi-hit performance since July 1 while stealing his fourth bag of the season. The 26-year-old is batting just .167 (5-for-30) on the month, but seven walks have given him a respectable .324 OBP. He's been on the bench against the last four right-handed starters the Brewers have faced, with Raimel Tapia getting a look in Perkins' place, and Tyrone Taylor is also healthy again. The three will continue to jockey for playing time in the third outfield spot alongside Christian Yelich and Joey Wiemer.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Swipes bag Sunday

    Perkins went 2-for-3 with a walk and a stolen base in Sunday's win over the Guardians. Perkins tallied his third multi-hit effort in eight games since June 11 and is now slashing .474/.524/.632 over that span. His hot bat should afford him some additional opportunities in the lineup, but he's situated in an outfield depth role and that seemingly won't change unless an injury opens up more playing time.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Belts second long ball

    Perkins hit a solo home run in his only at-bat in a 5-0 victory versus Pittsburgh on Saturday. Perkins came on as a pinch hitter for Raimel Tapia in the eighth inning and slugged a 423-foot solo shot to give Milwaukee a five-run cushion. Perkins has been effective when given a chance recently, collecting six hits and driving in five runs over his past 11 at-bats. However, that span stretches out to nine days since the rookie is buried on the Brewers' outfield depth chart.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Sent to Triple-A

    The Brewers optioned Perkins to Triple-A Nashville on Monday, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports. The team hasn't announced a corresponding move, but it could mean Tyrone Taylor (elbow) will return from the injured list Tuesday. Perkins went 1-for-12 at the dish in his first stint in the majors.
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  • Brewers' Blake Perkins: Gets third straight start

    Perkins will start in left field and will bat eighth in Monday's game against the Tigers. The switch-hitting Perkins will stick in the lineup for the third game in a row, this time facing off against a lefty (Matthew Boyd) after going 1-for-5 with a run scored across a pair of starts versus right-handers (Garrett Whitlock and Brayan Bello) over the weekend. The Brewers seem to be giving Perkins a look as an everyday player in the outfield in the wake of Garrett Mitchell's (shoulder) long-term absence, but Perkins is still expected to have a short leash and will need to begin producing at the plate in order to maintain a regular role.
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