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Last call

• Lohse deemed his Monday morning bullpen session a success and said he was on track to rejoin the rotation Thursday in Minnesota. His right elbow flared up after recent outings and prompted the Brewers to skip one of Lohse's starts.

"I got everything out of it that I wanted to, and I should be good to go," Lohse said Monday evening.

• Ramirez's right knee is still less than 100 percent, Roenicke said, but Ramirez had no unusual flare-ups after playing three straight days for the first time since coming off the DL.

"You know, he's battling through this thing," Roenicke said. "It's not like the days I have him out there, he's really good. He wants to play, he knows we need him out there, but it's not 100 percent."

• The Brewers signed right-handed reliever Clay Hensley to a Minor League contract and sent him to Triple-A Nashville, where the 33-year-old took the roster spot opened when the Brewers promoted Donovan Hand to the Major Leagues. Hensley began the year with the Reds' Triple-A club and posted a 4.00 ERA in 15 relief outings before being released May 20. He made 60 appearances last season for the Giants and has appeared in 271 Major League games (49 starts).

Adam McCalvy is a reporter for Read his blog, Brew Beat, and follow him on Twitter at @AdamMcCalvy.
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