Caleb Gindl's success against Jeff Samardzija and the Chicago Cubs may be reason enough for him to be back in the Milwaukee Brewers' lineup.
The rookie outfielder's production in the opener of this four-game series also warrants his inclusion.
Gindl will try to build on his best performance of the season Tuesday night as the Brewers seek a fourth straight win over the Cubs.
Gindl is in his third stint of the season with the Brewers (66-83), and he's batting .216 (8 for 37) with four homers and eight RBIs in 17 games since being most recently recalled from Triple-A Nashville on Aug. 23.
He broke out of a 2-for-25 slump with career highs of three hits - falling a double shy of the cycle - and three RBIs in Monday's 6-1 win over Chicago.
"I appreciate the fact that (manager Ron Roenicke) had the confidence to put me in there," said Gindl, who also homered Sunday against Cincinnati. "It felt good and I felt like I'm starting to get my swing back."
Gindl may find himself back in the line...