Starter Shaun Marcum missed his last scheduled start on Tuesday with a tight right elbow. Now, the Brewers are deciding whether to place Marcum on the disabled list or keep him around until he's healthy. In his last four starts, Marcum has notched three wins with a 2.30 ERA. Roenicke said that made losing Marcum even harder, but he hopes to have a plan for the 30-year-old right-hander in the next couple of days. "We kind of know what we want to do already," Roenicke said. "It's probably more just timing with that and figuring out for sure what's the best way to proceed with him. If he misses one start and he rushes back for a second, is that a smart way to do it? Or do we just make sure and give him those extra days?" Randy Wolf will take the mound for the Brewers on Saturday. Milwaukee has blown a lead for Wolf in his last three starts and five of his last eight. Wolf hasn't won a decision since April 30, owning a 4.28 ERA in that span. White Sox: Bruney comes back with more velocity
With Humber on the disabled list, Brian Bruney returned to the White Sox from Triple-A Charlotte on Friday. He'll pitch in a long-relief role after recording 11 saves in 23 games with a 1.85 ERA for the Knights. Bruney, who also made three starts in Triple-A to stretch out, comes back with a little more heat on his fastball. "I just got back to the basics with my natural arm slot," Bruney said. "Working with [Knights pitching coach] Richard Dotson down there really helped. We just tweaked a few things and got back to doing what I used to do, and I'm just feeling a whole lot more comfortable throwing the ball." Worth noting
The White Sox dropped to 7-9 in Interleague play this season after Friday's loss to the Brewers. Chicago hasn't finished with a losing record against the National League since 2007. Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun extended his Interleague hitting streak to 25 games after going 1-for-3 on Friday. He surpassed Derek Jeter for the third-longest streak since Interleague Play began in 1997.