Name is pronounced “oo-REE-us”...nickname is “Wicho”...Shares the same birthday as his older brother, Ramon, who is currently an infielder in the Orioles organization...His parents, Maria and Ramon Sr., were both elementary school teachers...His favorite baseball player of all time is Dustin Pedroia...Joined Tim Unroe (1995-97) as the only players whose last name begins with the letter “U” to play for the Brewers (since joined by José Ureña).
Batted .239 with 16 HR and 47 RBI in 119 games with Milwaukee... Made 109 starts (54g at 3B, 32g at 2B, 23g at SS)... Began the season on the 10-day injured list with a left quad strain, an injury suffered in Spring Training.....was reinstated on 5/2... Hit his third career leadoff homer on 5/5 vs. Cincinnati off Hunter Greene... Grounded into a 5-4-3 triple play on 5/20 vs. Washington.....was the fourth triple play ever turned against the Brewers and first since 5/13/86 at Seattle... Batted .333 (26-for-78, 2hr, 6rbi) over his last 27 games... From 9/8-10/4 produced a career-high 14-game hitting streak, batting .388 (19-for-49) with one HR and 4 RBI.....was the longest hitting streak on the team in 2022... Signed a one-year contract on 1/13/23, avoiding arbitration.
Batted .249 with 23 HR and 75 RBI in 150 games with Milwaukee...Made 133 starts (59g at SS, 58g at 3B, 16g at 2B)...Made his first career Opening Day roster...Led the team in games (150), at-bats (490), runs (77), hits (122) and extra-base hits (49) and was second in HR (23), RBI (75), total bases (218) and walks (63)...Became the seventh player (10x) in franchise history to have a 20+ HR season before the age of 25...Was named Brewers Unsung Hero by the Milwaukee Chapter of the BBWAA...Recorded a career-high 11-game hitting streak from 6/17-6/28 during which he batted .326 (15-for-46) with one HR and nine RBI...tied Christian Yelich for the longest hitting streak by a Brewer in 2021...Had four hits, including two HR, with four RBI in a 15-7 win on 6/30 vs. Chicago-NL... was his first career multi-homer game...Belted his first career pinch-hit home run on 8/7 vs. San Francisco with a two-run shot off Jarlín García...Tied a Major League record (16x) with five extra-base hits on 8/12 at Chicago-NL as he produced 3 doubles and two HR in a 17-4 win...became the fourth player in MLB history to have at least five hits, five runs, five RBI, three doubles and two HR in a game, joining Willie Stargell (1970), Steve Garvey (1977) and Jackie Bradley Jr. (2015)...His five runs on 8/12 at Chicago-NL set a franchise record...his five hits were a career-high...his five RBI tied a career high...Hit leadoff home runs on 7/7 at New York-NL (off Jacob deGrom) and 9/4 vs. St. Louis (off Kwang Hyun Kim)...were the first leadoff homers of his career...Earned MLB Play of the Week honors twice: 5/31-6/6 (play on 6/4 vs. Arizona) and 7/16-7/18 (play on 7/17 at Cincinnati)...Batted .222 (2-for-9) in the NLDS vs. Atlanta...Signed a one-year contract on 3/22/22, avoiding arbitration.
Had surgery on 1/28 to repair a fractured hamate bone in his left hand, performed by Dr. Don Sheridan...suffered the injury while playing for Obregon in the Mexican Winter League...Batted .239 with 0 HR and 11 RBI in 41 games with Milwaukee...Made 31 starts (20g at 3B, 7g at 2B, 4g at SS)...Began 2020 on the injured list (non-injury related)...was reinstated on 8/10...Produced a career-high 5 RBI and tied his career high with three hits, including a pair of doubles, in a 19-0 win on 9/9 at Detroit...following that game went just 2-for-25 without an RBI over his final 16 games...Started Game 2 of the NL Wild Card Series at Los Angeles (3B, 1-for-2, bb).
Entered 2019 as the third-best prospect in the Padres organization according to Baseball America... Batted .223 with 4 HR and 24 RBI in 71 games with San Diego... Made 65 starts (39g at SS, 25g at 2B, 1g at 3B)... Became the Padres' regular shortstop after Fernando Tatis Jr. was placed on the injured list on 8/16...made 38 starts at shortstop beginning 8/14... Had two stints with the team (4/8-4/20 and 7/20-end)... Had consecutive career-high 3-RBI games on 8/13 and 8/14 vs. Tampa Bay... Batted .300 (24-for-80) with 2 HR and 10 RBI in September... From 9/7-9/15 recorded a career-high 9-game hitting streak as he batted .400 (14-for-35) with 1 HR and 6 RBI... Batted .315 with 19 HR and 50 RBI in 73 games at Triple-A El Paso... Was traded to Milwaukee, along with LHP Eric Lauer and a player to be named or cash, in exchange for RHP Zach Davies and OF Trent Grisham on 11/27... Had surgery on 1/28/20 to repair a fractured hamate bone in his left hand, performed by Dr. Don Sheridan...suffered the injury while playing for Obregon in the Mexican Winter League.
Urías (pronounced: oo-REE-as) spent the majority of the season with El Paso (AAA), leading the Chihuahuas in BA (.296) and OBP (.368), before making his ML debut with SD on 8/28...Earned Mid-Season and Post-Season Pacific Coast League honors for ELP…hit .278/.391/.411 in the first half of the season followed by a .336/.416/.530 line after the All-Star break...Played in 120 games (116 starts) for the Chihuahuas, making starts at second base (87), shortstop (19) and third base (10)...Collected a career-high-tying four hits (10 times) on two occasions (5/6 at Albuquerque and 7/4 at Salt Lake)...Selected to the World roster for the SiriusXM All-Star Futures game and started at 2B, going 0-2 with two SO...Hit .420/.480/659 in 24 games in the month of August with 10 doubles, four triples, one HR, nine RBI and 20 runs scored...Hit safely in a minor league career-high 15 consecutive games (.474/.530/.702) from 8/11-26 before earning his first call up to the big leagues…the Chihuahuas were 13-2 over the stretch...Made his ML debut on 8/28 vs. SEA…collected his first ML hit the following day on 8/29 vs. SEA, a single off Erasmo Ramirez, part of a ML career-high three hits (3-for-5, 2B)...Hit his first ML HR on 8/31 vs. COL, a two-run shot off Jake McGee in SD's 7-0 victory...Made a total of 12 starts at 2B for SD (no errors in 47 total chances) and hit .208/.264/.354 before pulling his hamstring on 9/11 at SEA, missing the team's final 16 games...Hit .462 (6-for-13) vs. lefties and .114 (4-for-35) vs. righties...Entered 2019 rated as the No. 23 overall prospect by MLB Pipeline, No. 31 by Baseball America and No. 56 by ESPN.com...Among prospect rankings in the Padres system entering 2019, he was rated No. 3 by Baseball America and MLB Pipeline and No. 7 by ESPN.com.
Spent the entire season with San Antonio (AA), posting a Texas League-leading .398 on-base percentage...finished second in walks (68), fourth in runs (77) and sixth in average (.296)...Was the only teenager in the Texas League at the season's start...led the club in average (.296), on-base percentage (.398) walks (68), sacrifice hits (six) and tied for first in h its (131) and triples (four)...Posted more walks (68) than strikeouts (65) for the fourth consecutive season...Collected back-to-back career-high-tying four-hit efforts on 4/20 and 4/21 at Midland, including two triples on 4/21 en route to earning Texas League Player of the Week honors...recorded five four-hit efforts on the season...Named a Texas League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star... served as the South Division's starting shortstop...Started 59 games at shortstop and 54 games at second base...his 19 errors were the most he had in a single season...Made his second postseason stint and hit .222 (4-for-18) with two doubles, two RBI, three walks and one run scored in five games...Prior to the season, represented Mexico in the 2017 World Baseball Classic...appeared in three games, going 1-for-6...Appeared in 17 games in the Arizona Fall League for the league champion Peoria Javelinas...produced a .315/.443/.481 slash line and drew a team-leading 14 walks...started at shortstop in the Fall Stars Game, homering and turning a diving double play up the middle...contributed an RBI in Peoria's championship victory vs. Mesa...Named the best hitter for average and best strike-zone discipline by Baseball America following the season...Entered 2018 rated as the No. 32 prospect in all of baseball by Baseball America, No. 36 by MLB.com and No. 38 by ESPN.com.
In his first full professional season, hit a combined .333 (158-for-475) with 26 doubles, five triples, six home runs, 55 RBI and 77 runs in 123 total games with a .404 OBP between Lake Elsinore (A) and El Paso (AAA)...Named Most Valuable Player and Rookie of the Year for the California League, playing 120 games for the Storm...Also named a California League Mid-Season and Post-Season All-Star...Captured the Cal League batting title, hitting .330 (154-for-466) and ranking second in the league in hits (154) and third in OPB .397...Finished the season as the only qualifying Cal League hitter with more walks (40) than strikeouts (36)...Against right-handed pitching for the Storm he hit .339 (125-for-36) while hitting .299 (29-for-97) against left-handers...With RISP for the Storm, he hit .327 (34-for-104), including .326 (14-for-43) with RISP and two outs...Assigned to El Paso on 7/8 and assigned back to Lake Elsinore on 7/11...made three starts at second base for the Chihuahuas and hit .444 (4-for-9) with one home run, three RBI, six runs scored, five walks and a stolen base.
Split the season between Fort Wayne (A) and Tri-City (A), hitting a combined .299 (67-for-224) in 61 games...Named an Organization All-Star by MiLB.com following the 2015 season...Recorded more walks (21) than strikeouts (19).
Made his professional debut with two games for the DSL Padres and 43 games for the AZL Padres, hitting a combined .297 (49-for-165) with 30 runs scored in 45 total games...posted 18 walks against 13 strikeouts.