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Lohse allowed seven runs on nine hits and two walks while striking out three in 5.2 innings in the Brewers' 15-5 loss to the Giants on Sunday.

Lohse has been up-and-down this month, with two quality, one-run starts of six innings sandwiched between three starts of less than six innings. He's allowed 13 runs in five starts in the month and is 1-3. He'll take the mound again Saturday against the Cardinals.

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Lohse (12-7) allowed one run on four hits with four walks and five strikeouts Monday in a victory over the Padres.

Lohse looked goo in his return to the Brewers rotation after sitting out for a couple weeks with an ankle injury. The veteran righty now sports a 3.42 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 119:38 K:BB ratio in 165.2 innings on the year. He will get his second start of the week Sunday against a struggling San Francisco lineup.

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As expected, Lohse (ankle) is listed in the lineup and will make the start Monday against the Padres.

Though he hasn't pitched in nearly two weeks, the spacious confines of Petco Park should prove to be a soft landing spot for Lohse as he embarks on a two-start week. He'll throw in cozy environs in his turn over the weekend, going up against the light-hitting Giants at AT&T Park.

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Lohse (ankle) will start Monday against the Padres, Andrew Gruman of FOX Sports Wisconsin reports.

Manager Ron Roenicke confirmed Friday, after Lohse completed a bullpen session without issue, that the right-hander will toe the rubber in Monday's series opener in San Diego. The ankle was reportedly an issue even before Lohse tweaked it last Wednesday, but assuming his health holds up, Lohse will then face the Giants on Aug. 31 in his second of two starts next week.

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Lohse (ankle) threw a bullpen session Friday, Andrew Gruman of FOX Sports Wisconsin reports.

Lohse tweaked his ankle his last time out, and it was later revealed that he has been dealing with ankle soreness for roughly two weeks. With an off day Monday, the Brewers decided to skip Lohse this time through the rotation, but Friday's bullpen session should put him on track to start Monday against the Padres. Health permitting, he'll make two starts next week, with the second coming Aug. 31 against San Francisco.

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The Brewers will skip Lohse (ankle) this time through the rotation, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

Monday's off day will provide the Brewers the flexibility to skip Lohse, who tweaked his ankle while batting his last time out. The injury is not considered serious, so Lohse should just miss the one turn. As things line up, he'll toe the rubber Aug. 25 against the Padres in the first of two starts that week.

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Lohse's ankle injury is not considered serious, but he could miss his next start, Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel repots.

It doesn't appear Lohse is facing a long-term absence, but he has reportedly been dealing with a sore ankle over his last three starts, so the Brewers may skip his next turn through the rotation in order to give him some time to rest. Expect a clearer outlook on Lohse's status to emerge over the next few days.

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Lohse left Wednesday's game against the Cubs after tweaking his right ankle while batting in the third inning, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com reports.

Lohse stayed in the game initially after suffering the injury but was ultimately replaced by Marco Estrada in the bottom of the fourth. Estrada would presumably toe the rubber next Tuesday against Toronto if Lohse is unable to go, but Lohse should be considered day-to-day and questionable to make that start until more information becomes available.

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Lohse was quality against the Dodgers on Friday night, allowing one run on six hits, walking two and striking out two over six innings, but came away with a no-decision in the contest.

Lohse wasn't particularly sharp, needing 105 pitches (68 for strikes) to cover the six innings, but it was a very nice bounce back after he was thumped for nine runs (seven earned) over just four innings in his last start. He'll get the Cubs in Wrigley Field next time out.

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Kyle Lohse tossed 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball Wednesday as the Brewers defeated the Reds.

Lohse was sharp, yielding only four hits and two walks while pitching into the seventh inning. The veteran right-hander ran into a bit of a rough patch in early July, but he's back on track now with two straight one-run outings. Lohse will carry an 11-4 record, 3.07 ERA, and 1.09 WHIP into his next start on the road against the Rays.