Thursday, July 26, 2007

Brewers Making Moves

On a busy day for the Brewers, the team reinstated center fielder Bill Hall from the disabled list and used him in the starting lineup against the Reds, batting fifth.

To make room, the team optioned outfielder Tony Gwynn Jr. back to Triple-A Nashville, deciding to stick with 13 pitchers for a scheduled doubleheader in St. Louis on Saturday. It was the second time this season that Gwynn was sent back to the Minors.

"I totally understand why they went with 13 [pitchers]," a disappointed Gwynn said. "It makes perfect baseball sense to me. This time around, it doesn't surprise me as much as the first time

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