Cosart allowed one run on five hits and a walk over five innings Thursday against Milwaukee. He struck out three and received a no-decision.

It was a good outing for Cosart, who was just activated from the disabled list on Sunday to make his third start of the season. Although he only lasted 72 pitches, the 26-year-old worked effectively with a sharp curveball throughout the contest and cooled down a hot Milwaukee offense. Cosart showcased a shortened delivery that seemed to have the Brewers' bats off-balance from the outset. He figuers to take another turn in the rotation in place of Trevor Cahill (shoulder) on Wednesday.

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