Braun had been out since April 26 and he batted third Tuesday night against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Ramirez was hurt Saturday against the New York Yankees and there is no timetable for his return, according to MLB.com.
Braun was hitting .318/.361/.591 in 22 games and 97 plate appearances with six homers and 18 RBI. But he had been running hot before the injury, going 6-for-11 in the three games before he was hurt.
Ramirez, meanwhile, is hitting .252/.309/.390 on the year with five homers and is tied for the team lead with 21 RBI in 34 games and 136 plate appearances. But he had been in a funk until the night he was injured, as he had been 5-for-56 in his last 17 games. On Saturday, he had singled and homered in two at-bats before injuring his hamstring making a play on defense.
Herrera had gone 6-for-27 with the Brewers from April 18-30 before being sent back down, but had been on fire at Nashville since his demotion, going 18-for-38 in 10 games for the Sounds.
Gindl was 3-for-19 in 23 plate appearances with the Brewers, appearing in eight games.