Aoki will get two days of rest because the Brewers are off on Monday before opening a two-game set with the Rangers in Texas. He is enjoying a solid second season in the Majors, batting .281 with a .341 on-base percentage while appearing in 111 of the Brewers' first 117 games.
"Sometimes, I like the two days," Roenicke said. "We've got a stretch where we play a week after this, and he's played a lot for us this year. I want to make sure he stays strong and finishes strong. He's always reacted well to the days I give him."
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