Hardball Talk "Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy suffered a concussion when he was hit by a foul tip on September 8 and he was making little progress last week, but Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports that he has been officially cleared to return to game action. Lucroy won’t catch again this season for..." September 25
More incremental progress Sunday for Jonathan Lucroy, who's catching Zach Davies' bullpen session.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "As it turns out, Jonathan Lucroy received advice on his concussion from not one but two sources well-versed on the subject last weekend in Pittsburgh. The day before he met with concussion specialist Micky Collins at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the Milwaukee Brewers catcher..." September 16
No improvement for Jonathan Lucroy (concussion). I asked him whether he'd consider just shutting down; his answer will be on the site.
Concussion specialist confirmed #Brewers C Jonathan Lucroy has one. Stays in protocol. Goes day to day.
#Brewers C Jonathan Lucroy doesn't feel any better today than yesterday which isn't a good sign. Waiting for doctor to see him.
#Brewers C Jonathan Lucroy has concussion symptoms after foul tip off mask last nite. Likely to miss a few days.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Jonathan Lucroy, who missed more than five weeks earlier this season with a broken big toe, made it clear that he feels fine physically. Mentally? Not so much. "It's actually embarrassing, the way I've been playing," Lucroy said in the midst of the Milwaukee Brewers' three-game series at..." August 13
MLB.com "As his name continues to appear in trade rumors, Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy indicated he was open to remaining in Milwaukee for the long haul. So open, that he proposed a long-term contract extension in January. "It was a proposal that would have kept me here for the rest of my career,..." July 22
Brew Crew Ball "The Brewers have been without Jonathan Lucroy since the catcher suffered a broken toe and was placed on the disabled list April 20. However, that has not kept him out of the news. With the Brewers suffering what has, so far, been a highly disappointing season, rumors have naturally sprung up..." May 22
The Brewers have made clear to other teams assessing possible trade options: They are not willing to deal catcher Jonathan Lucroy.
Hardball Talk "Things are quickly going from bad to worse for the Brewers. Jonathan Lucroy had to exit tonight’s game against the Reds after taking a foul tip off his foot and Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports that he was diagnosed with a broken left toe. No word on how long Lucroy will be sidelined, but this..." April 21
Jonathan Lucroy could be playing Cactus League games by the end of the week, RR said.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Milwaukee Brewers didn’t make it to spring training before suffering their first significant injury of 2015. The team announced Wednesday morning that catcher Jonathan Lucroy, one of the mainstays of the club, is expected to be sidelined four to six weeks with a mild strain of his right..." February 11
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "An on-point Matt Garza is definitely a good thing for the Milwaukee Brewers. The right-hander delivered his best start since his first of the season Monday night, limiting the Minnesota Twins to six hits and two walks over 61/3 shutout innings in an eventual 6-2 victory at Miller Park. "Baby..." June 03
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "After being owned by Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman for the last three seasons the Milwaukee Brewers experienced some hard-earned success Friday night. Jonathan Lucroy belted a two-run walk-off home run off the left-handed fireballer to propel the Brewers to a 7-6 victory over their..." August 17
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Jonathan Lucroy is in the midst of the best season of his young career healthy and putting up offensive numbers that rank him among the best catchers in the major leagues. Yet because of everything else that's gone wrong for the Milwaukee Brewers be it the multitude of serious injuries robbing..." August 13
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Ryan Braun and Jonathan Lucroy returned to the Milwaukee Brewers' spring camp Sunday, one ready for a bit of rest and the other eager to rejoin the fray. Lucroy, who didn't play for Team USA in the second round of the World Baseball Classic, was behind the plate for the Brewers' exhibition game..." March 18