Batting .192 after being traded to Milwaukee—Rough, 60-day IL with knee injury.

Former Major League Baseball right-handed hitter Darin Ruff (37, Milwaukee Brewers) will be out for a long time.

Milwaukee transferred Ruff from the 10-day disabled list (IL) to the 60-day IL on Saturday. Ruff was placed on the IL on April 4 with a right 메이저사이트 knee issue (fractured right patella). Milwaukee needed a 40-man roster spot for infielder Luis Urias to return from injury, and Ruff made room for him. The move prevents Ruff from returning before the All-Star break.

Ruff played for the Samsung Lions for three years, starting in 2017. His cumulative stats during that time were .313 (1493-for-467) with 86 home runs and 350 RBIs. He was not re-signed after the 2019 season and returned to the United States, where he played for the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets. After being released by San Francisco last month, he signed with Milwaukee for a new challenge, but a sudden knee injury kept him on the DL.

In his nine-year Major League Baseball (MLB) career, Ruff is batting .239 (1469-for-351) with 67 home runs and 205 RBIs. Since joining Milwaukee, he has hit just .192 (5-for-26) in 11 games.

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