Suter had an unexpected game Tuesday, called in early due to an injury to Wade Miley, he tossed 4 2/3 innings of relief (5 H, 2 R, 1 BB, 5 K) in picking up a win and provided the insurance run needed, homering off former Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber, a 433-foot shot. With Miley on the disabled list, Suter could also reclaim his spot in Milwaukee's starting rotation.
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Domingo Santana and Christian Yelich, Brewers outfielders (↑ UP)
While most of Milwaukee's hitters continue to struggle, the Brewers' corner outfielders have been providing most of the punch. Santana was 7 for 16 last week with a slash line of .438/.526/.688, hitting his first home run of the season. Yelich had a eight hits in the team's five games, batting .400/.429/.650, pushing his batting average on the season to a team-leading .301 (min. 100 plate appearances).
#NerdPower has been unplugged. After going hitless in his last 27 at-bats -- Sogard's last hit came April 17 -- the veteran utility infielder, who was such a great story in 2017, was sent to Triple-A Colorado Springs.
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JK Scott, Packers punter (↑ UP)
A fifth-round draft pick's spot on the 53-man roster is never secure as a rookie. However, when the team gets rid of your only competition, that's a pretty good sign. After drafting Scott, Green Bay waived Justin Vogel -- who set a Packers' rookie record for punting average last season -- leaving Scott as the only punter on the roster.
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Derrick Tindal, former Badgers cornerback (↓ DOWN)
After a solid four years, three as a starter, at Wisconsin, Tindal wasn't expected to get selected in the NFL draft, but the fact he hasn't even gotten a look as an undrafted free agent is surprising. There's been no call to Tindall to even tryout at a rookie minicamp -- something former Badgers teammate Lubern Figaro, who had a much more up-and-down career at UW, was able to secure with Cleveland (he wasn't signed, however). Just goes to show how difficult it is to make the NFL.