• Left-hander Brad Mills remained on the Triple-A Nashville roster on Monday, one day after an "out" date in his Minor League contract. Rather than provide a true "out," the Brewers were required to advertise Mills' availability to the 29 other teams. If any of them are interested in adding Mills to a 25-man roster, the Brewers would have to let him go within 48 hours.
The 29-year-old command specialist has been excellent this season, going 4-2 with a 1.56 ERA in 12 starts and two relief appearances for the Sounds. He had 77 strikeouts versus 18 walks in his first 75 innings.
• The Brewers found themselves all over social media on Sunday night thanks to their "Rappers and Wranglers" flight from Milwaukee to Phoenix. Relievers chose the latter, dressing as cowboys, with Rule 5 pick Wei-Chung Wang and translator Jay Hsu wearing horse costumes. The five-man rotation went the rapper route, as did Roenicke and first baseman Lyle Overbay, who combined to steal the show.
Roenicke looked the part thanks to his wife, Karen. Overbay dressed as Vanilla Ice with help from clubhouse attendants Jason Shawger and Alex Sanchez. Overbay finished the look by shaving lines into the side of his head.
"It was just one day. That's all I've got," Overbay said. "Back to normal now. As normal as I can get, I guess."
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