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The Brewers plan to give Mitchell extended time in the Minors to rebuild a foundation, manager Pat Murphy said, considering his long absence.

"The key for him is to continue to get built up," GM Matt Arnold said in a June 26 update, at which time Mitchell had already logged 42 plate appearances for Nashville with an .898 OPS.

Later in the same day, however, there was a new concern. Mitchell was having a big game on June 26 -- with a home run, a double, two walks and two outfield assists -- before he appeared to injure himself on a swing in the ninth inning. Mitchell looked to grab his left hamstring before Nashville manager Rick Sweet and athletic trainer Jeff Paxson came onto the field and removed Mitchell from the game. (Last updated: June 26)

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Boy, itโ€™s hard to keep composed seeing this last week for Chourio. Itโ€™s hard to contain my excitement for just how good Jackson might end up being. His tool box is just loaded.

Do we look back, years from now, and say that this is when he really took that step forward, and started putting it all together?

The last five games:

17 at bats, 5 runs, 8 hits, 1 double, 2 home runs, 6 RBI.

And for the month of June:

22 games, 66 AB, 12 runs, 21 hits, 3 doubles, 4 home runs, 17 RBI, 5 walks, 1 sac fly, 13 strikeouts.

.318 AVG/.361 OBP/.545/.906 OPS

Pretty good, guys.