Last call

• Gamel said he may take Hart up on the offer to move in with Hart and his family for the remainder of spring. With Hart on crutches and Gamel soon to be, Hart's wife Kristina would have to serve as chauffeur.

"Like she doesn't have enough kids to watch," Roenicke joked.

The Harts already have four children of their own.

• Right-hander Kelvim Escobar, the 36-year-old attempting a comeback after five years of shoulder issues, said he was scheduled to throw his first bullpen session on Wednesday if the rain in the forecast holds off. Escobar's unofficial Brewers debut has been delayed a few days while the team followed up his physical exam with additional tests on his right shoulder.

• Left-hander Travis Webb threw from flat ground on Tuesday for the first time since his physical exam revealed some minor concern about the lat muscle behind his shoulder. Webb chalked up the delay to an abundance of caution and said he was feeling well after the session.