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The Nationals placed Brock Holt on the paternity list Monday.
Holt will miss the next three days and is eligible to return Friday. He will have to submit a negative test before rejoining his teammates. Jake Noll was recalled in a corresponding move.
Brock Holt was officially released by the Brewers after being designated for assignment and clearing waivers.
The veteran utilityman was DFA'd on Saturday, August 22nd, and his release was expected after he cleared waivers. He really struggled over his 30 plate appearances with the Brew Crew, logging just three hits with a .322 OPS. He could resurface elsewhere as the regular season enters its final month.
Brewers utilityman Brock Holt has been designated for assignment, the team announced Saturday.
Through 16 games, Holt is just 3-for-30 after signing a one-year deal with the Brewers this past offseason. Manager Craig Counsell said that he does not expect Holt to remain in the organization if he clears waivers.
Brock Holt (ankle) is progressing in his recovery and could be available off the bench for Monday's game against the Pirates.
Holt suffered a sprained ankle in pregame opener against the Cubs. He is progressing well in his recovery and could be available off the bench in Monday's game against the Pirates. Holt is expected to be in a super utility role off the Brewers bench this season.
Brock Holt is day-to-day with a sprained ankle.
Holt sustained the injury during Friday's pregame warmups, that's why he hasn't played this weekend. He is "day-to-day," said Brewers manager Craig Counsell. Holt will not require a stint on the injured list and look to make his season debut within the next few days.