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CINCINNATI - Ryan Braun is trending in the right direction three games into his return from a 31-game stint on the disabled list.He homered for the second straight game to help lead the Milwaukee Brewers to an 11-3 blowout victory over the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ball Park on Thursday night, and collected extra-base hits in all three games in the series."I feel like I swung the bat pretty well," he said in wrapping up his performance. It was a nice start."It was nice to get re-acclimated to being out there on the field."With Braun setting the tone with a first-inning homer off Homer Bailey that clanged off the foul pole in left field, the rest of the Brewers' lineup quickly followed suit.

Lopez was recalled from Class AA Biloxi earlier Thursday.When players want to win a job, they don’t tend to go where there are more bodies in the competition.Anyway, I’ve gotten off track, but suffice it to say that Plan A has a broken collarbone, Plan B has a rehabbing quad injury and no timing at the plate in Triple-A, Plan C is still slowed by shoulder surgery in the offseason, Plan D is still Michael Morse and he’s an awesome dude but who knows, Plan E was Marrero and boy did spring training end abruptly, and Plan F …Jonathan Villar is greeted by Ryan Braun as he heads back to the dugout after blasting the second of his two solo home runs during the Brewers' 11-3 victory over the Reds on Thursday night in Cincinnati.Domingo Santana (right) is greeted by Keon Broxton after homering to straight-away center field in the top of the eighth inning against the Reds on Thursday night.Braun receives a day off after starting the previous four contests, including an 0-for-4 day at the plate during Wednesday's loss.

In his place, Hernan Perez draws the start in left, batting fifth.

Braun went 3-for-3 with a double, a homer, a walk, three runs and four RBI Saturday against the Phillies.

After missing three straight starts with calf and wrist injuries, Braun smacked his 12th homer of the season in a big offensive game that helped lead the Brewers to a road win.

He laced a two-run double in the third inning, and topped that with a two-run bomb off starter Jeremy Hellickson in the fifth.

In the seventh inning he walked, stole second base and scored as the Phillies made two errors on the play.

why hello, Drew Stubbs, we’d be pleased if you would play center field and bat eighth for us tonight.