Milwaukee Brewers rescuers slammed the wall and broke the pitcher’s hand

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According to a report by the Milwaukee Brewers defeating writer Adam McCalvey, the Milwaukee Brewers included rescue player Devin Williams on Wednesday’s 10-day injury list after he hit a wall and broke his right hand. Pitcher hand. The 27-year-old Williams told his teammates what happened on Tuesday afternoon. He said he drank too much alcohol and was upset about certain things on the way home after Sunday’s game against the Mets. On that day, the team won the division championship. “Devin actually tried to throw this yesterday (Tuesday),” said David Stearns, Brewer’s president of baseball operations. “We didn’t realize this. He went out and tried to throw. I think he realized he was injured at that time.” Stearns said, Williams then notified the Brewers medical staff. Williams underwent X-ray examination during this period. Tuesday’s game revealed a fracture. Williams’ injury will require surgery, which will keep him out at least at the end of the National League Championship Series. Williams apologized to the Brewers and their fans for the circumstances leading to his injury. “I am” Williams said. I think I let my team down. Our coaching staff, our fans, everyone. I know how big my role is in this team. Many people are counting on me. I think what I can do now is to cheer for my team and learn from it, and don’t make the same mistakes in the future. “First baseman Daniel Vogelbach said Williams’ teammates have his support. Last season, William injured his right shoulder. According to McAlvey, in the last week of the regular season, they missed the National League match against the Dodgers. Card series. The Brewers will play a series with the Cardinals in St. Louis.

On Wednesday, the Milwaukee Brewers included rescue player Devin Williams on the 10-day injury list after he hit a wall and broke his right hand, his pitcher. The Brewers defeated the writer. Reported by Adam McCalvey.

The 27-year-old Williams told his teammates what happened on Tuesday afternoon.

He said he drank too much alcohol and was upset about certain things on the way home after Sunday’s game against the Mets.

On that day, the team won the division championship.

“Devin actually tried to throw this yesterday (Tuesday),” said David Stearns, Brewer’s president of baseball operations. “We didn’t realize this. He went out and tried to throw. I think at that moment, he realized he was injured.”

Stearns said Williams then notified the brewers’ medical staff. Williams underwent an X-ray examination during Tuesday’s game and showed a fracture.

Williams’ injury will require surgery, which will keep him out at least at the end of the National League Championship Series.

Williams apologized to the Brewers and its fans for the circumstances that caused his injury.

“I am very dissatisfied with myself,” Williams said. “Except for me, no one can blame me. I think I let my team down. Our coaching staff, our fans, everyone. I know how big a role I play in this team. There are many People count on me. I think all I can do now is to cheer for my team and learn from it, so that I don’t make the same mistakes in the future.”

First baseman Daniel Vogelbach said Williams’ teammates supported him.

According to McAlvey, William injured his right shoulder in the final week of the regular season last season and missed the National League Wild Card Series against the Dodgers.

The Brewers play a series with the Cardinals in St. Louis.

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