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What We Learned: Wily Peralta and Khris Davis making progress in their rehab

Wily Peralta and Khris Davis are making progress in their rehab, though one is doing better than the other. We discuss that and more in today's What We Learned.

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While the Brewers have been relatively healthy in recent weeks, they still have a couple of players on the disabled list that are still working to recover. Those two players are Wily Peralta and Khris Davis. Peralta has been out since May 22 with a left oblique strain, and Davis has been gone following knee surgery. Over the weekend, Adam McCalvy had an injury update on both players, and the results haven't been as good for Peralta. While Peralta is making progress, it has been slower than expected, and he is still out for several weeks. Meanwhile, Davis ran the bases over the weekend, and appears to be very close to a minor-league rehab assignment. Assuming all goes well, we could see Davis back around the All-Star break, but Peralta may be gone through July. For now, we just have to wait and see how their recovery goes.

Yesterday's Results

Brewers 10, Twins 4

Kyle Lohse got his win against the one team he had never won against, and it was in a game that was never really in any doubt. The Brewers put up six runs in the first and four in the second to stake Kyle Lohse to a 10-1 lead, and he didn't have to do much to win this one. In addition, Adam Lind recorded his one thousandth hit in the game.

Twins 5, Brewers 2

The home run ball bit the Brewers again on Saturday. Three home runs accounted for the five runs the Twins scored, and the Brewers couldn't bring up much offense of their own. Adam Lind and Ryan Braun each drove in a run in the game.

Brewers 5, Twins 3

This game started as a pitcher's duel between Mike Fiers and Tommy Milone, but turned into a little bit of a slugfest once the bullpens came into play. Each team scored a run in the seventh to get on the board. Then, the Brewers broke through with two two-run home runs in the eighth inning to take a 5-1 lead. The Twins would hit a two-run shot of their own in the ninth to close the gap a little, but couldn't complete the comeback.

Brewers News & Notes
Minor League Update
Team Level Record This Weekend Today
Colorado Springs Sky Sox AAA 30-44 Friday: Memphis 9, Colorado Springs 0
Saturday: Colorado Springs 2, Memphis 0
Sunday: Memphis 4, Colorado Springs 3
Colorado Springs @ Memphis
Biloxi Shuckers AA 46-26 Friday: Biloxi 7, Jacksonville 3
Saturday: Biloxi 4, Jacksonville 1
Sunday: Biloxi 11, Jacksonville 1
Biloxi @ Jacksonville
Brevard County Manatees A+ 30-42 Friday: Brevard County 9, Daytona 5
Saturday: Bradenton 7, Brevard County 4
Sunday: Bradenton 4, Brevard County 3
Brevard County @ Bradenton
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers A 25-49 Friday: Clinton 13, Wisconsin 2
Saturday: WIsconsin 6, Clinton 5
Sunday: Clinton 6, Wisconsin 5
Cedar Rapids @ Wisconsin
DSL Brewers R 8-16 Friday: DSL Braves 7, DSL Brewers 1
Saturday: DSL Tigers 9, DSL Brewers 2
DSL Brewers @ DSL Tigers
Helena Brewers R 3-8 Friday: Great Falls 11, Helena 10
Saturday: Great Falls 11, Helena 5
Sunday: Great Falls 9, Helena 2
Great Falls @ Helena
AZL Brewers R 3-4 Friday: AZL Brewers 9, AZL Rangers 4
Saturday: AZLRangers 7, AZL Brewers 3
AZL Brewers @ AZL Athletics

News & Notes

NL Central Update
Team W L
Cardinals 51 24
Pirates 42 33
Cubs 39 35
Reds 34 40
Brewers 29 48
  • Cubs @ Cardinals
    Friday: Cardinals 3, Cubs 2
    Saturday:Cardinals 8, Cubs 1
    Sunday: Cardinals 4, Cubs 1
  • Braves @ Pirates
    Friday: Pirates 3, Braves 2
    Saturday: Pirates 8, Braves 4
    Sunday: Braves 2, Pirates 1
  • Reds @ Mets
    Friday: Mets 2, Reds 1
    Saturday: Mets 2, Reds 1
    Sunday: Mets 7, Reds 2

Today's Division Games

  • Twins @ Reds - 6:10 pm
  • Cardinals, Cubs, and Pirates all have the day off.
Today's Action

It's a basement battle as the two worst teams in MLB meet to begin a four-game series today. First up is Jimmy Nelson for the Brewers, who will face Sean O'Sullivan today. First pitch is at 6:05 pm, and it is the free game of the day on MLB.TV.