May 2, 2014, 5:40 PM EDT
Carlos Gomez was suspended for three games as part of the Easter brawl with the Pirates, but the Brewers center fielder appealed and has been playing since.
Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Gomez will officially go in front of MLB and appeal the suspension Monday, with a ruling expected to follow shortly after that. So he’ll either have the suspension reduced or it’ll stay at three games, and either way he’ll have to begin serving it next week.
While awaiting his appeal hearing Gomez has played 10 games, hitting .262 with two homers, four doubles, three steals, and an .840 OPS while the Brewers have gone 6-4.
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