After two at-bats and two games played, Mauricio Dubon’s first stint with the Brewers has come to an end. He was optioned to San Antonio, and in his place, Milwaukee selected the contract of Jay Jackson. The 40-man roster is now full.
The #Brewers have selected the contract of RHP Jay Jackson from Triple-A San Antonio. INF Mauricio Dubon has been optioned there. With these moves, the 40-man roster is full. pic.twitter.com/dJtNTw8yCq— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) July 13, 2019
In Jackson’s first go with Milwaukee, he pitched in 2 1⁄3 innings. Those innings did not go well. He gave up two bombs and pitched to a 19.29 ERA. Here is hoping things go better the second time around. Dubon returns to San Antonio where he will get consistent playing time and likely get back to raking in the Pacific Coast League.
Statistics courtesy of Fangraphs