Last call

Last call

• With Logan Schafer out of the lineup Wednesday, Roenicke boosted Weeks to the leadoff spot and moved Norichika Aoki down to the two-hole in an effort to spark a struggling offense that was missing its projected third, fourth and fifth hitters.

Roenicke said he was "trying to push this lineup to get the guys where I think they are comfortable or have a better chance to succeed."

Caleb Gindl manned left field Wednesday over Schafer, Roenicke said, because he felt Gindl had been having the better recent at-bats.

• Khris Davis on Tuesday became the fifth Brewers player to hit his first Major League home run in 2013, joining Jean Segura, Scooter Gennett, Caleb Gindl, Logan Schafer and Sean Halton.

"There's been a lot happening this year," Roenicke said, "and unfortunately it's hard to be consistent when you have all this stuff going on."

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