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Weeks will undergo season-ending surgery on his right wrist later this week in Phoenix. The expected recovery time is six to eight weeks.
Team physician Dr. William Raasch has recommended surgery for Weeks, who was placed on the DL July 29 (retroactive to July 25) with a sore right wrist that has not responded to rest and treatment. Surgery would end Weeks' season.
Weeks (right wrist) was placed on the 15-day disabled list July 29, retroactive to July 25.
Weeks has been bothered by an oblique strain, but the Brewers' second baseman played catch and fielded groundballs on Thursday. He was not permitted to swing a bat, and he won't be ready for game action until sometime after Milwaukee's day off on Monday.
Weeks has been playing with an undisclosed ailment, believed to be a torn ligament in his thumb. Reportedly Milwaukee's second-base prospect is expected to play through the injury before facing the possibility of offseason surgery.
Perhaps in what is a sign of things to come, both Weeks and fellow rookie Prince Fielder generated their first major league home runs to lead Milwaukee to a 7-6 victory over Minnesota on Saturday. Batting second for the Brewers, Weeks hit a solo shot in the first inning after the Twins took a 3-0 lead in their half of the frame.
With the trade of Junior Spivey to the Nationals, the Brewers have opened up their starting second-base job and recalled their No. 1 draft pick from the 2003 draft, infielder Rickie Weeks. The team's second baseman of the future should jump right into the starting role. For Triple-A Nashville, Weeks was hitting .320 with 12 home runs and 48 RBI in 55 games.
With the trade of Junior Spivey to the Nationals, the Brewers have opened up their starting second-base job and recalled their No. 1 pick from the 2003 draft, infielder Rickie Weeks. The team's second baseman of the future should jump right into the starting role. For Triple-A Nashville, Weeks was hitting .320 with 12 home runs and 48 RBI in 55 games.