(WNFL)- Brewers' starter Yovani Gallardo was still pretty sore last night, after he sprained his left ankle on a defensive play Tuesday night against Atlanta. His next scheduled start is on Sunday at Miami -- and it's looking more like he won't be ready. Normally, Gallardo would have a bullpen session today -- but that's probably not in the cards, as he gets daily treatments on the ankle. Gallardo says all he can do is wait and hope for the best. It puts manager Ron Roenicke and G-M Doug Melvin in a quandry over what to do about the Brewers' pitching staff. They could start right-hander Tyler Thornburg in Gallardo's place -- but he couldn't pitch out of the bullpen for several days, putting a new strain on an already-busy relief corps. The Brewers have a couple of starters performing well at Triple-"A" Nashville, where Mike Fiers and Jimmy Nelson are a combined 11-and-2. But whoever they replace on the Milwaukee roster could not return for ten days, unless the Crew suffers another injury. Roenicke says he'll see what happens with Gallardo, and go from there.
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