It's not a true Cactus League season until you've had your first tie. The Brewers and White Sox played for ten innings today but were unable to decide a winner. It was the Brewers' first tie of the Cactus League season, but the White Sox's fourth in 19 games.
Randy Wolf started for the Brewers today and had a decent performance, allowing two runs on seven hits in five innings with no walks and two strikeouts. He recorded six of his fifteen outs via fly ball but only allowed two extra base hits, both doubles. The Brewers were leading when he left the game, but the White Sox scored two in the seventh inning off Carlos Villanueva to tie the game.
After Wolf and Villanueva, the Brewers got scoreless innings from Mitch Stetter, Chris Smith and Tim Dillard. Dillard issued the Brewers' only walk of the game in the tenth inning.
Meanwhile, Ryan Braun hit his third home run of the spring in the first inning off Freddy Garcia, and finished 2-for-3 with three RBI. Rickie Weeks also had two hits, and scored two runs.