Brewers Outfielder on Track to Return Following All-Star Break


Tyrone Taylor is progressing well towards a return following the All-Star break next week.

The twenty-eight year old went three-for-four with a stolen base on Sunday in his latest rehab game for Triple-A Nashville. 

Taylor has been out since early this month after being diagnosed with a concussion. There was reports late last week that the outfielder tried to ramp up activities but was held back by new symptoms. Those have clearly gone away now, as Taylor is done has completed his second rehab game. 

On the season, Taylor is batting .228/.423/.700, with nine home runs, 32 RBIs, and one stolen base in 215 plate appearances. 

Taylor is approaching career highs in plate appearances (271), home runs (12), and RBIs (43), at the major league level this season.

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