Brewers' Yelich won't need surgery on knee

Brewers' Yelich won't need surgery on knee

Brewers' Yelich won't need surgery on knee

Ryan Braun #8 of the Milwaukee Brewers hits a sacrifice fly for an rbi in the sixth inning against the Miami Marlins at Marlins Park on September 09, 2019 in Miami, Florida.

Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich does not need surgery on his fractured right kneecap, but he still won't return this season no matter how far the team advances. "After that, we do not anticipate any long term effects which is the best news of all", Brewers General Manager David Stearns said Thursday.

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Yelich, the reigning National League MVP, is tied for second in the NL with a.329 batting ordinary and 44 property operates. It was in the beginning feared that he would want surgical treatment, but his current standing usually means a shorter restoration time of 8 to 10 weeks. He will miss the rest of the season but will have plenty of time to prepare for next year. "We'll probably get that done over the weekend or next week". The Brewers now trail the Cubs in the NL Wild Card race by 2.0 games. He was leading the majors in slugging percentage and OPS when he was hurt.

"Frustrating way for a season to end but these things happen in sports", Yelich tweeted.

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