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Brewers GM Stearns: Yelich won't need surgery

FOX Sports Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
Brewers GM Stearns: Yelich won't need surgeryMilwaukee Brewers GM David Stearns told reporters Thursday that Christian Yelich's recovery from a fractured patella is expected to take 8-10 weeks
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"It's going to take all the guys to pick up the slack." ESPN Milwaukee radio host weighs in on Brewers future after Yelich injur 00:39

Doug Russell with ESPN Milwaukee talks about the future with the Brewers after Christian Yelich suffers a season-ending injury.

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