• The Brewers will wait until Saturday to re-introduce a fifth starter to the pitching rotation, and that fifth starter remained undetermined as of Sunday. It could be a callup from the Minor Leagues (left-hander Chris Narveson, who has made four starts on a rehab assignment, is one option) or another "bullpen day," with Tom Gorzelanny or Donovan Hand among the options to start.
• Right-hander Marco Estrada, on the disabled list with a strained left hamstring, is scheduled to throw an extended bullpen session at Miller Park on Monday that could be the final step before a rehab start in the Minor Leagues. Estrada will be examined by the team's head physician, William Raasch, before he's cleared to pitch.
• Right-hander Mike Fiers' tough season came to a painful end Sunday when he suffered a broken right forearm on a Kevin Kouzmanoff line drive during a start for Triple-A Nashville. Fiers will miss 3-4 months, according to a Brewers spokesperson. He opened the season in the Brewers' starting rotation, and he was 1-4 with a 7.25 ERA in three starts and eight relief appearances, and was twice demoted to the Minor Leagues. Adding insult to injury: Saturday was Fiers' 28th birthday.
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