Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy returns from broken toe
As expected the Brewers have activated Jonathan Lucroy from the disabled list after the All-Star catcher missed six weeks with a broken big toe.
Lucroy got off to a slow start before the injury and Milwaukee catchers (mostly Martin Maldonado) were terrible in his absence, so overall this season the position has produced a lowly .162 batting average with three homers and a .481 OPS in 51 games for the Brewers.
Last season Lucroy finished fourth in the MVP balloting, hitting .301 with 13 homers, a league-leading 53 doubles, and an .837 OPS in 153 games. Expect him play 4-5 times per week, with Maldonado seeing only fill-in action.