A favorite among both fans and in the Milwaukee Brewers clubhouse will miss all of the 2018 season with an injury that possibly could put his entire career in jeopardy.
Vogt, 33, was clear-eyed about what this could mean for his career. He already had one major shoulder surgery. And like Jimmy Nelson's, this injury involves multiple structures in the joint. https://t.co/1zSQrxT3kp— Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) May 16, 2018
Journal Sentinel beat writer and WTMJ Brewers 360 contributor Tom Haudricourt initially reported in recent days that Stephen Vogt has a "significant shoulder injury and is facing possible season ending surgery."
Through tears, Vogt told Haudricourt that his injury is career-threatening.
Vogt: "I felt everything go wrong that could go wrong with a shoulder (labrum, rotator cuff, capsule). The video was ugly. I had labrum surgery nine years ago, so there's a lot of unknowns. I know what that means going forward. It's definitely weighing on me."— Tom (@Haudricourt) May 8, 2018