Minor league starter Aaron Wilkerson is being called up to the Brewers, and he could start tomorrow (Friday) night against Miami. His agent confirmed the move, and manager Craig Counsell says he’s still looking at options so the team has not announced it yet. The 28-year-old Wilkerson ran a grocery store’s frozen food section five years ago after getting Tommy John elbow surgery out of college and assuming his baseball career wouldn’t go anyplace. He started playing independent ball in 2013, which led to minor league experience and a trade from the Boston organization to Milwaukee in 2016. Wilkerson went 11-4 this season at Double “A” Biloxi and threw seven hitless innings for Triple “A” Colorado Springs in a recent playoff game.