Ramirez said he planned to start again on Saturday against the Reds before taking Sunday off, then would compile as many at-bats as possible in the remaining 13 days of Spring Training.
"We don't have that much time left right now," Ramirez said. "I expect everything to be normal."
Shortstop Jeff Bianchi, sidelined during the same span by a groin strain, could be next. He was expected to be a full participant in the Brewers' Friday morning workout, and Roenicke said Bianchi could return to action for Saturday's game against the Reds.
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