• Roenicke says the club will have a better gauge on Aramis Ramirez's sprained left knee in the next couple days. The Brewers third baseman hasn't felt any soreness yet during workouts, and the club will push him during pregame this week to see just how much progress he has made.
• A decision has been made on Friday's starter in Los Angeles, but Roenicke has not yet informed his pitchers or the media as to who it will be. Hiram Burgos made his debut on Saturday and pitched very well, but an off-day Thursday could allow Roenicke to skip Burgos and go straight to Wily Peralta.
• Gomez had a light-hearted conversation with shortstop Jean Segura regarding his "stealing first" in a bizarre play last week, where Segura thought he had been tagged out at second and began jogging to the dugout before realizing he was in play and heading to first. He said he yelled at Segura from the dugout to steal second again and "make history," as the only person to swipe the same base twice. Segura tried and was thrown out.
• Prospect Victor Roache homered in his first professional at-bat Sunday night for Class A Wisconsin. Roache was taken 28th overall in last year's First-Year Player Draft, the second of the Brewers' two first-round picks.