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• Outfielder Jordan Schafer planned to try to run on Sunday for the first time since fouling a ball off his right ankle during Wednesday night's game in Kansas City, but he was not optimistic about the tenderness he felt in the area. Schafer said that he thought it was the hardest he's ever been hit with a foul ball.

"He's getting better, but he's still a little tender," Gonzalez said. "Maybe we don't have to use him today, that's three days and then Monday off, he could progress well for the next week."

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• Outfielder Jordan Schafer planned to try to run on Sunday for the first time since fouling a ball off his right ankle during Wednesday night's game in Kansas City, but he was not optimistic about the tenderness he felt in the area. Schafer said that he thought it was the hardest he's ever been hit with a foul ball.

"He's getting better, but he's still a little tender," Gonzalez said. "Maybe we don't have to use him today, that's three days and then Monday off, he could progress well for the next week."

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• Evan Gattis thought he may be able to resume baseball activities as soon as Tuesday, but the Braves have not set a timetable for his return and won't until Gattis stops feeling soreness after stretching and rehabbing his strained right oblique.

Eric Single is an associate reporter for MLB.com.

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