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Gomez (hamstring) is making significant progress in his recovery and ran on a treadmill at its top speed Friday, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports.

He has already done some hitting and throwing and remains on track to return to the lineup in early May. Gerardo Parra will continue to start in center field with Gomez out.

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Gomez did some hitting and throwing Monday and indicated his hamstring is feeling better, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Gomez continues to work his way back from a hamstring issue that sent him to the disabled list Apr. 16. He's reportedly taking it day by day. His initial timetable was two-to-three weeks, and his progress is encouraging regarding the possibility the outfielder will be ready when first eligible to come off the DL.

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Manager Ron Roenicke said Friday that the timetable on Gomez's return from his hamstring injury is two-to-three weeks, the Journal-Sentinel's Todd Rosiak reports.

This isn't that illuminating, considering he was just placed on the 15-day DL, but it's good to know that the Brewers are not expecting it to be a long stay for the talented center fielder. Gerardo Parra will be his primary replacement over the next two-to-three weeks.

Carlos Gomez CF MIL 1 week ago

Gomez (hamstring) will be placed on the 15-day disabled list, Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Gomez returned to Milwaukee on Thursday to have his hamstring examined, and the tests revealed a small defect or tear. He got a cortisone shot to treat the inflammation but will still require a stint on the disabled list. In Gomez's absence, Gerardo Parra figures to get most of the playing time in center field, with Logan Schafer moving into the fourth outfielder role. Gomez will be eligible to return from the disabled list May 1.

Carlos Gomez CF MIL 1 week ago

Gomez is returning to Milwaukee on Thursday to have his injured right hamstring examined, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports.

As expected, the injury will prevent Gomez from playing in Thursday's game, and Gerardo Parra will start in center field in his place. Gomez is holding out hope that he will be able to avoid a stint on the disabled list, but he was spotted walking gingerly Thursday morning, and noted that he is not feeling good at all. Expect the Brewers to release an update on Gomez's status following his trip to the doctor.

Carlos Gomez CF MIL 1 week ago

Gomez has been diagnosed with a right hamstring injury and will not play Thursday against the Cardinals, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports.

Gomez's status beyond Thursday uncertain, but the Brewers will have a better feel for his return timetable after he is examined by the team's medical staff Thursday morning. Gerardo Parra will likely handle the center field duties in Gomez's absence, whether that be one day or more.

Carlos Gomez CF MIL 1 week ago

Gomez exited Wednesday's game in the ninth inning with an apparent leg injury, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports.

Gomez suffered the injury while beating a throw to first base in the final frame of Wednesday's contest. The extent of his setback is uncertain, but expect an update on his status as more details become available.

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Gomez is 8-for-29 (.276) with a home run, four doubles, and six RBI through seven games this season.

Gomez has walked just once this season and has yet to steal a base, but he is hitting for plenty of power out of the leadoff spot. He has been particularly productive for fantasy owners of late, tallying three runs, a home run, and four RBI over his last three contests.

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Gomez (hamstring) is in the lineup for Friday's spring game.

Gomez was held out of Thursday's spring game due to some minor hamstring tightness, but his inclusion in Friday's lineup indicates the setback is not lingering. Barring anything unexpected, Gomez will man center field and bat leadoff for the Brewers on Opening Day.

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Gomez will not play in Thursday's spring game due to a tight hamstring, MLB.com's Adam McCalvy reports.

While it's certainly not a good thing for Gomez to be dealing with a sore hamstring, fantasy owners should not be overly concerned, as manager Ron Roenicke said Gomez could play Thursday were it a regular season game. Gomez will take it easy for a day or two and should be good to go for Opening Day.