The bad news: New Milwaukee Bucks teammate D.J. Wilson posted a picture on an Instagram story of DiVincenzo displaying on his phone that his bank account has just a total of $3.71. The good news: The first-round pick signed his rookie deal Tuesday, which, according to Spotrac, calls for him to earn $2,481,000 this season (the Collective Bargaining Agreement's rookie pay scale has it at $2,067,500). The bad news: According to the CBA, DiVincenzo doesn't start receiving his salary until Nov. 15. The good news: DiVincenzo ain't hurting for money, as evidenced by the phone he owns.
Christian Yelich, Brewers outfielder (↑ UP)
Playing for the first time in his old home in Miami, Yelich went 2 for 5 on Monday and followed that up with three hits, including two doubles, and four RBI on Tuesday. That gave Yelich three consecutive games with multiple hits, raising his batting average from .282 to .292 in the process.
Keon Broxton, Brewers center fielder (↓ DOWN)
The return of Lorenzo Cain off the disabled list meant less playing time for Broxton. However, he didn't exactly stake a claim to get in the lineup. Broxton is 1 for 15 since July 3 and has a slash line of .171/.275/.371 since being recalled from Triple-A in late June.
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Aaron Rodgers and David Bakhtiari, Packers (↑ UP)
The ratings for the latest incarnation of everyone's favorite football video game came out and Green Bay is well-represented by this duo. Rodgers is just one of seven players given a 99 overall rating in Madden 19, and only one of two quarterbacks (New England's Tom Brady is the other). The game also really appreciates Rodgers' left tackle, as Bakhtiari was given a 97 overall rating, making him one of the top-14 rated players. Packers fans obviously are hoping life imitates art … at least in these two cases (Green Bay faithful will want plenty of others to outplay their Madden rating in real life).
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Josh Hader, Brewers reliever (↓ DOWN)
Hader is in fact human. Against Miami on Monday, with Milwaukee holding a 2-1 lead in the seventh inning, he allowed back-to-back home runs to Starling Castro and Brian Anderson. Hader had given up two homers all season entering the contest. Castro's homer was quite incredible considering the circumstance. According to Inside Edge, it was the first time in Hader's career in which he had an at-bat last 11+ pitches. Also, it was the first extra-base hit he allowed this season when the batter had two strikes. (He's still pretty incredible though, with a 1.55 ERA, .126 OBA and 85 strikeouts in 46 1/3 innings, and was named to the All-Star Game.)
Corbin Burnes, Brewers pitcher (↑ UP)
While Burnes struggled some in Colorado Springs after being moved to the bullpen, in his major-league debut Tuesday he pitched two perfect innings with a strikeout. He also became just the second Brewers pitcher to record a save in his MLB debut. Oh, and Burnes, last year's Brewers minor league pitcher of the year, is being bandied about in potential trade talks. We saw why.
Hernan Perez, Brewers utility player (↑ UP)
Perez's versatility served him well this past week as he started games at third base, shortstop, left field and right field. One reason to have him in the lineup is that he got hot with the bat. At the plate last week, Perez went 5 for 15 with a triple, two home runs, a stolen base, four runs and five RBI.