• Roenicke said right-hander Marco Estrada's rehab start had been pushed back a few days at the request of head team physician William Raasch. Estrada, recovering from a left hamstring strain, will throw another bullpen session before an assignment to a Minor League affiliate, Roenicke said.
• Another rehabbing pitcher, Chris Narveson, worked five-plus innings for Triple-A Nashville in Game 1 of a doubleheader on Wednesday, allowing two runs on four hits with a walk and two strikeouts. He threw 80 pitches. The next step could be a return to the Brewers' bullpen or starting rotation.
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