Last call

• Following their game on Monday, the Brewers made several roster moves. Five were returned to Minor League camp: outfielder Kentrail Davis, infielder Hector Gomez, infielder Taylor Green, outfielder Mitch Haniger and right-hander David Goforth.

Four were optioned to Triple-A Nashville: first baseman Hunter Morris, first baseman/outfielder Jason Rogers and right-handers Jimmy Nelson and Ariel Pena. Two were optioned to Double-A Huntsville: right-handers Brooks Hall and Kevin Shackelford.

• The Brewers continue to be impressed with Rule 5 draftee Wei-Chung Wang, who has turned in three solid outings this spring. Over five innings, he's allowed one unearned run and no walks while logging four strikeouts.

The 21-year-old left-hander could be projected as a starter in the future, but for now, his best shot to make the 25-man roster is out of the bullpen.

"He's throwing strikes," Roenicke said. "If you've got some stuff, which he does, and you can throw strikes, you can get Major League hitters out. As long as he keeps doing that, we'll keep looking at him and talking about him and trying to figure if he's a fit for us."

• The Brewers are off on Tuesday, the first of two scheduled off days they will enjoy this month. Roenicke said he plans to attend the Bob Uecker Front Row Classic golf tournament, benefiting the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Several Brewers players are also expected to attend the event.

The Brewers other off-day falls on March 24.

Alyson Footer is a national correspondent for Follow her on Twitter @alysonfooter. Tracy Ringolsby is a columnist for This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.