• As Roenicke forecast the day before, Segura got a day off Sunday. He is "banged up," the manager said, including a sore left hand from being hit by a pitch last week.
Third baseman Aramis Ramirez also sat out, following a trend of resting for most day games after night games. He continues to play at far less than full strength after missing a month with a sprained right knee, and he was tested Saturday when Ramirez was thrown out at home plate trying to score from first on a double.
"Any time he slides, there's a little issue there," Roenicke said Sunday morning. "Yesterday was a pretty safe slide, and we've talked to him going home, just sliding outside and trying to tag [the plate]. Any time there's [a slide], there's a little setback. I haven't talked to him yet today to see how he's doing, [but] during the game, he was fine. But he felt it."
• Class A Brevard County placed pitching prospect Drew Gagnon on the disabled list Sunday, but Brewers assistant general manager Gord Ash said the matter was not serious. Gagnon was struck on the right wrist by a line drive, but he suffered no broken bones and is scheduled to pitch again Thursday.
Taking Gagnon's spot on the active roster was another right-hander, Cody Scarpetta, who is coming back from Tommy John surgery. He was a top prospect before getting injured.
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