"I've been there before," Burgos said. "I'm just going to be ready. I totally understand [the reasoning behind the move], and I'm good with it. Whenever I get the chance, I'm going to do my job, and that's it."
Burgos was 1-0 with a 3.00 ERA in his first three Brewers starts and exited all three games in line for the victory. He could slot back into the rotation on May 12 at Cincinnati or May 14 at Pittsburgh, depending on whether the Brewers opt to keep Wily Peralta and Kyle Lohse on schedule or give them an extra day of rest.
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