Published: Wed, July 19, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Brewers put catcher Vogt on disabled list among six roster moves Tuesday

Brewers put catcher Vogt on disabled list among six roster moves Tuesday

Third base coach Joey Cora had Chad Kuhl on second, and the ball going to Milwaukee's strong-armed Domingo Santana, and waved him home. Both players were shaken up on the play and Vogt left the game.

Luckily, Vogt did indicate he felt "pretty with it" as he lay on the ground, and Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell acknowledged Vogt "got a little better as the night went on".

As you can see, Vogt left the game, dealing with neck and knee issues.

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Gregory Polanco finished 4-for-4 with two RBI and two runs scored as the Pirates defeated the Brewers 4-2 on Monday night in Pittsburgh.

Eventually he stood up with the help of his support team to warm applause from the crowd at PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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As well as the blow to his head and neck, Vogt's left leg got caught underneath him as his weight was thrown backwards as he winced in pain.

Vogt's initial position was well clear of the plate meaning Kuhl had a clear path to the plate. The umpires ruled Kuhl out and did not review the play.

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