Ishikawa has an injured back, which he told CSN Bay Area is feeling better. He'll presumably return to his rehab assignment following the ring ceremony.
"I haven't had any setbacks, thankfully," he said, per MLB.com.
Belt is 2 for 16 lifetime against Arizona starter Josh Collmenter. He is also 2 for 23 on the year with a slash line of .067/.160/.087.
With Gonzalez on the bench, Weiss chose to go with Charlie Blackmon in right field, Corey Dickerson in left field and Drew Stubbs in center field. Wilin Rosario started at first and batted cleanup in place of Morneau.
Adams, who will bat cleanup, is hitting .167 (4 for 24) with a home run and two RBI in seven games this season. He is a .364 (4 for 11) lifetime hitter with one home run against Johnny Cueto, Friday's starter for Cincinnati.
All three opponents (Dodgers, Giants, Diamondbacks) Alonso has faced this season have implemented a defensive shift with three infielders on the right side. Of his 11 hits, five have been to the left side of the diamond to beat the shift, per MLB.com.
"Yonder's going to hit to all fields, hit for average and be productive," Black said.
Goldschmidt took Madison Bumgarner deep for a three-run home run in the fifth inning. He finished 1 for 5 with a walk, two runs scored and three RBI in a 7-6 win in 11 innings. He is hitting .324 (12 for 37) with four homers and 12 RBI in 10 games.
Goldschmidt has homered in at least back-to-back games 14 times in his career. He's has only hit a home run in three straight games once. He'll get a crack at it Friday night against Jake Peavy and the Giants. He has a home run in two at-bats against the right-hander.
Duda is taking a new approach at the plate, which has paid dividends early this season. He has racked up three straight games with multiple extra-base hits, including his first home run of the season Wednesday. Duda is batting .395 (15 for 38) with six doubles, one home run and eight RBI through 10 games.
"We're 10 games in," Duda said, downplaying his fast start, per Newsday. "So, let's not get too carried away with what's going on."
Gomez returned to Milwaukee on Thursday to receive further examination and a cortisone injection. Gomez batted .235 (8 for 34) with one home run, four doubles and six RBI in eight games before the injury. The Brewers will likely use Gerardo Parra as the team's regular center fielder until Gomez is ready to return.