• Roenicke confirmed that reliever Rob Wooten will leave the team Wednesday, when his wife, Katie, is scheduled to be induced into labor in North Carolina. If the Brewers opt to place Wooten on the paternity list, they could call up a replacement reliever, and Alfredo Figaro and Donovan Hand would each be eligible, according to Roenicke, even though both right-handers have spent fewer than 10 days in the Minor Leagues since being sent down by the Brewers.
• Figaro made his Triple-A Nashville debut on Sunday and allowed one run on five hits in four innings, with three walks and four strikeouts.
• Roenicke celebrated a subdued 57th birthday on Monday. As a bonus, his son, Lance, an outfielder in the Brewers' Minor League system, was in Milwaukee for dinner on Sunday night, a brief stop on his way to a promotion from Class A Wisconsin to Class A Advanced Brevard County.
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