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Gomez is not in the lineup Thursday against the Mets.

Gomez has started back-to-back games since returning from a seven-game absence due to a hip injury, but will rest for the Thursday afternoon contest. Shane Peterson will get the starting nod in left field, while Gerardo Parra moves over to center.

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Gomez (hip) is in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Mets.

Gomez hasn't played in a game since Wednesday, but he ran the bases full speed during Sunday's batting practice. Following Monday's off day, he's apparently fine to rejoin the lineup, although there's still some chance the recurring injury could pop up again.

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Gomez (hip) will run the bases full speed during batting practice, and if all goes well with no issues Monday, he'll likely return to the lineup Tuesday, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Gomez has been sidelined since Wednesday with the hip issue, but it appears he may finally be recovering. However, he attempted multiple returns earlier that resulted in more days off afterwards. He will receive an even more extended break this time, so perhaps the issue will finally resolve itself.

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Gomez (hip) remains out of the lineup Sunday against the Rockies.

Gomez will miss his fourth straight contest and sixth in the past seven due to a sore hip, but there's no indication yet of a potential placement on the disabled list. Gerardo Parra will start in center field once again Sunday, with Shane Peterson again playing in left.

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Gomez (hip) is not in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Rockies.

Gomez is still day-to-day with a chance to come back sometime soon, but each day he misses could increase the likelihood of a DL stint. Until he returns, Gerardo Parra should be able to play a capable center field for the Brewers.

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Gomez (hip) remains out of the lineup Friday against the Rockies.

Gomez continues to suffer from a hip issue that has cost him a majority of the Brewers' recent games. A stint on the disabled list has been discussed, but there's no indication of that at this point. However, he will sit out Friday once again, with Gerardo Parra starting in center field in his place.

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Brewers manager Craig Counsell acknowledged that Gomez (hip) may require a stint on the disabled list, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports."It's in play, yeah, but we're going to give [Gomez] some time," Counsell said. "It's going to be a day-by-day thing. You'd obviously like to avoid it and like him to make progress and kind of get over the hump with it, but (also sitting him the weekend) is a possibility."

Gomez played in Wednesday's game against the Royals, so a stint on the DL would rule him out until July 3. He's played in just three of Milwaukee's last nine games, after making 28 consecutive starts. His absence has pushed Gerardo Parra over to center field, freeing up left field for Shane Petersen.

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Gomez is out of Thursday's lineup against the Royals.

Gomez has missed two of the past three games and five of the past eight due to leg issues, and another absence can be tacked on Thursday. Although an MRI on Tuesday returned negative, there's still obviously something bothering him. As a result, Gerardo Parra will once again play center field and will lead off for the Brewers on Thursday against the Royals.

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Gomez (hip) is in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Royals.

Gomez is serving as the designated hitter Wednesday, so he may not be 100 percent healthy just yet. However, he is feeling good enough to start for the first time since Sunday. Gomez will hit fifth against Royals starter Joe Blanton.

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Gomez (hip) is considered day-to-day after an MRI on his hip returned negative, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Gomez is out of the lineup for the second straight day Tuesday, but his hip ailment does not appear to be anything serious enough to necessitate a DL stint. The Brewers are listing the outfielder as day-to-day, and he'll be evaluated again prior to Wednesday's contest.