The 33-year-old made throws down to second and third attempting to catch a Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp baserunner.
“Obviously, it’s not a positive sign,” manager Craig Counsell told Haudricourt. “He was uncomfortable throwing and took himself out of the game. It’s a setback, there’s no question. We’ll wait until he sees Dr. Raasch to tell you what’s going to happen next.”
A six year MLB vet, Vogt has spent time with Tampa Bay, Oakland and Milwaukee.
Last season, he hit .254 over 129 at-bats--his highest batting average since his 2015 all-star season--while adding 8 home runs and 20 RBI.
The two-time all-star's timetable for return to the big club is yet to be determined, but Milwaukee could sure use some pop from behind the dish.
Manny Pina has a .185 average with a .602 OPS, Jett Bandy has a .596 OPS and Jacob Nottingham was 0-5 in his limited time.
Vogt doesn't carry a stellar glove like Pina, but his return could help a Milwaukee offense needing some left-handed pop after first baseman Eric Thames went down.