Outfielder Tyrone Taylor could be headed back to Class AAA Nashville when Lorenzo Cain comes off the injured list thihs week.

For the first time since the final day of May, the Milwaukee Brewers will have their top four outfielders healthy and active when they open a six-game road trip Tuesday in Pittsburgh.

So, where will that leave Tyrone Taylor with Lorenzo Cain rejoining the team after a minor-league rehab assignment with Class AAA Nashville?

“I don’t know,” manager Craig Counsell said prior to his team’s first home appearance on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball since 2013.

“We’re obviously adding an outfielder that’s going to play. But the reason why Tyrone’s gotten this many at-bats to begin with is because things have always popped up.

“It could be where there’s a little bit of a time where it’s difficult to find him at-bats and we get back to it when we can find him some at-bats. We do have 60-some games left. Our DH games (vs. AL opponents on the road) are coming up later in the season, too.

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