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Manny Pina

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No doubt, there is still way too much baseball left. A lot can happen between now and September and there's plenty of teams in franchise history that saw strong April starts wiped out by May swoons, but that the Brewers have been able to navigate this challenging stretch without losing ground while taking care of business against their divisional rivals is encouraging.

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Thanks to Omar Narvaez's success both at and behind the plate this season, as well as a lengthy stretch of facing right-handed starters, veteran catcher Manny Piña's playing time has been limited so far this season.

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Acquired last winter in a trade with Seattle, Omar Narváez (above) was supposed to give the Brewers a much-needed offensive boost while admittedly being a work-in-progress behind the plate. Instead, Narvaez was one of many Brewers hitters to struggle last season but surprised the Brewers’ coaching staff and front office with his defensive improvements. He’s back again in 2021 but will have to battle for a job with the likes of Manny Piña, Jacob Nottingham and Luke Maile.

MILWAUKEE — The hurricane-displaced Miami Marlins finally get to go home — not a day too soon after the Milwaukee Brewers battered them on Sunday.

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