"He says he feels good," manager Ron Roenicke said. "He hit [Tuesday] in the cage again, said he felt good. He thinks he's going to be ready in time."
That timing could potentially work well for the Brewers, who anticipate losing center fielder Carlos Gomez for at least a game or two next week. Gomez has a hearing with Major League Baseball on Friday to appeal his three-game suspension.
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