"Scooter, I'm sure, won't be in there [on Wednesday]," manager Ron Roenicke said following his team's 4-3 win. "He'll be day to day. He's had this for a couple of days; we tried to go easy on him yesterday."
Hitting mostly against right-handers, Gennett entered the night with the best batting average (.307), slugging percentage (.485) and OPS (.830) among National League second basemen.
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