What Happened To Mike Brosseau?

Michael Dillon Bosseau is a Major League Baseball infielder for the Milwaukee Brewers in the United States.

He debuted in Major League Baseball with the Tampa Bay Rays in 2019 and was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers after the 2021 season.

He was called up to the Charlotte Stone Crabs of the Florida State League, which is in Class A-Advanced baseball, after another excellent stay.



Brosseau spent the 2018 season with the Montgomery Biscuits of the Southern League, the Rays’ Double A club. Brosseau was promoted to the Durham Bulls, the Rays’ Triple A club, to start the 2019 season.

Brosseau was leading the Bulls and the International League in RBIs with 57 before being called up to the Majors.

Brosseau was selected by the Rays from Triple-A Durham on June 22, 2019. Brosseau made his major league debut on June 23, 2019, hitting 1–5 with a single in his first at-bat.

Brosseau hit his first career home run on July 3, 2019, in a 6–9 loss to the Orioles. Brosseau hit his first multi-home run game on July 13, 2019.

Brosseau gave up one run in an inning against the Boston Red Sox on July 22, 2019, in a defeat.

On June 23, 2016, he signed a free agent contract with the Tampa Bay Rays after going undrafted in 2016. Brosseau began his professional career with the Rays of the Gulf Coast League.

Brosseau was promoted to the Bowling Green Hot Rods for the 2017 season after an outstanding start, where he led the Midwest League in average (.318) and on-base percentage  (.393).

What Happened To Mike Brosseau?

On Saturday, Brosseau was called up from Triple-A Nashville.

Brosseau has hit.250 with a home run, four RBI, and two runs in 15 games with the Brewers this season.

After Andrew McCutchen (undisclosed) was placed on the COVID-19 disabled list Saturday, he’ll provide an extra right-handed bat off the bench.