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Brewers recall Ethan Small, designate Connor Sadzeck for assignment

On Monday, the Brewers recalled left-hander Ethan Small from AAA Nashville and designated reliever Connor Sadzeck for assignment. The Brewers recently designated Chi Chi Gonzalez for assignment and optioned Jason Alexander to AAA, leaving them in need of a new fifth starter. The club has yet to list a probable starter for Tuesday’s game against the Minnesota Twins.
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Brewers' Connor Sadzeck: Designated for assignment

Sadzeck was designated for assignment by the Brewers on Monday. Sadzeck was called up July 13 and appeared in two games, surrendering three runs on four hits and a walk while striking out two over three innings. He will now either report to Triple-A Nashville, get claimed by another team or be released outright, the first of which seems most likely. Ethan Small was called up from Nashville on Monday to replace Sadzeck on the active roster.

Brewers select Connor Sadzeck, option Keston Hiura

Ahead of Wednesday’s game against the Twins, the Brewers announced that they have selected the contract of Connor Sadzeck from Triple-A Nashville. Keston Hiura was optioned in a corresponding move. The Brewers are shorthanded in the bullpen, and this time, they’re turning to the hard-throwing Sadzeck to add some...

BREAKING: Keston Hiura Optioned to Minors Again; RHP Connor Sadzeck Called Up

The Milwaukee Brewers have sent Keston Hiura back to Triple-A Nashville again. Right-handed pitcher Connor Sadzeck was selected to take his place on the roster. Keston Hiura is hitting .239/.354/.451 with eight home runs and 17 RBI while with the Brewers this season. His .805 OPS is third on the team behind Mike Brosseau and Victor Caratini. In five games with Nashville, Hiura is hitting .421/.522/.895 with three home runs and 10 RBI.
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Brewers' Connor Sadzeck: Gets invite to Brewers camp

Sadzeck, who signed a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Dec. 1, has received an invitation to MLB spring training. The 30-year-old right-hander last appeared in the majors in 2019 with the Mariners, making 20 relief appearances while posting a 2.66 ERA and 27:15 K:BB across 23.2 innings. He's struggled to bounce back from a serious elbow injury suffered that same season, however, as he missed the entire 2020 campaign and turned in middling numbers (4.84 ERA, 1.50 WHIP in 44.2 innings) at the Triple-A level in 2021.