Milwaukee Brewers put RHP Freddy Peralta, IL closer Josh Hader on the family emergency list

MILWAUKEE – The Milwaukee Brewers Right-hander Freddy Peralta On the 15-day injured List with a right lat strain Monday, and moved closer Josh Hader On the family medical emergency checklist.

Milwaukee filled their places on the roster by recalling right-handers Trevor Kelley and Miguel Sánchez from Triple-A Nashville. These moves were made as the Brewers start a 10-day, 11-game season-high road trip to San Diego on Sunday.

Peralta left the Brewers' 8-2 loss at the hands of the Washington Nationals On Sunday, Peralta experienced tightness in his shoulder in the fourth innings. Craig Counsell, Peralta's manager said that Peralta would be on the injured-list and undergo an MRI on Monday after Sunday's match.

Peralta later said that she felt the pain a bit earlier than usual, but that it became worse after the third inning. “That's the reason I decided to let them know, and why i came out of the match.”

Peralta turns 26 this June and is currently 3-2 with a 4.42 ERA. He has 50 strikeouts in 38 innings. He was on the All-Star Team last year, going 10-5 with a 3.81 ERA and 195 strikes in 144/3 innings.

Hader, 28, has a remarkable start. In 15 appearances, he has allowed five runs, two walks, and one hit. In 13 1/3 innings, he has struck out 21 batters. He is being batting against opponents at.045

The three-time All-Star has saved 29 consecutive opportunities, the longest continuous streak in the majors. His last save was July 7, against the New York Mets.

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