• It appears Roenicke and pitching coach Rick Kranitz will keep Brewers starting pitchers on-line through the All-Star break, with one possible exception.
"We had talked about it; we don't think we're going to do anything different," Roenicke said. "But we're trying to figure out how to give a couple guys an extended rest, so maybe you skip one start, and that's 10 days. The All-Star break, it works out to maybe nine days for some of them. So we're going to look at that and see if we can get some of them a little more rest."
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