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SportReport: Yelich out 6 weeks, won't need surgery on fractured knee cap

06:35  12 september  2019
06:35  12 september  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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Christian Yelich left tonight’s game with a fractured right knee cap . He will miss the remainder of the season. Yelich immediately fell to the ground, but eventually walked off the field on his own power. It has not yet been decided if Yelich will need surgery , nor has a timetable to return been determined.

Outfielder Christian Yelich will be out six weeks with a fractured knee cap but won't need surgery, Jim Bowden of The Athletic reports.

Report: Yelich out 6 weeks, won't need surgery on fractured knee cap© Mark Brown / Getty Images Sport / Getty

The Milwaukee Brewers star suffered the injury during the first inning of Tuesday's game against the Miami Marlins when he fouled a pitch off his right knee.

After Wednesday's contest against the Marlins, teammate Ryan Braun revealed he was wearing Yelich's jersey under his own during the game.

"Just for good luck," Braun said, according to Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "They're about the same size. It felt a little different, but I was just trying to bring the good vibes."

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Christian Yelich left tonight’s game with a fractured right knee cap . The outfielder was the NL MVP last year. Yelich began the day batting .330 with 44 home runs and 97 RBIs for the playoff-contending Brewers, and led the majors in slugging percentage and OPS.

Yelich was again having an MVP-caliber season for Milwaukee. After the game, the Brewers announced that he will miss the remainder of the season with a fractured patella. Yelich , who appeared to foul the ball off his right knee , was on the ground in visible pain for a few minutes and

Braun said he will do the same for Thursday's game, according to Rosiak.

"I think everybody enjoyed it," he added. "Gave everybody a little laugh before the game. Keep the boys loose. Didn't necessarily help me personally, but for us as a group, maybe it contributed to our success."

Yelich, the 2018 NL MVP, was in contention to repeat before going down. The 27-year-old ended the regular season hitting 329/.429/.671 with 44 homers, 97 RBIs, 29 doubles, 30 stolen bases, and 7.7 WAR.

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Report: Yelich out 6 weeks, won't need surgery on fractured knee cap

Brewers star Christian Yelich opens up about season-ending knee injury.
“There’s a lot of work that goes into being in a position like we were this season, but, hey, sometimes it just doesn’t go in your favor."

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