"I'm just continuing my rehab -- strengthening and stretching," Schafer said. "I don't think there's a set schedule, like a day on, day off. I'm pretty much good to go. Hopefully I'll see myself in there a lot."
Schafer was hitting .214 over 10 games at the time of his injury. Having watched from the sidelines for the past two weeks, he lauded the Brewers' pitching, which has been the main reason the club was 21-9 entering Saturday's game. Schafer also realizes the offense is going to have to improve if the Brewers want to keep up this pace.
The Brewers are hitting .252 as a team, but have the second-lowest ERA in the league at 2.90.
"They've been keeping us in ballgames and winning ballgames for us throughout this first month," Schafer said of the pitching. "Our offense hasn't exactly been what we're capable of, but we've found ways to win games. It's early in the season. We've got five more months to go. I don't think there's any worry in here. We're going to start putting up runs. We're a pretty high-powered offense. Once everything starts clicking it's going to be really fun."
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