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What we learned: March 10, 2015

Today's lessons include injury healing, pitch development, and position switching.

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Yesterday’s Results

Royals 5, Brewers 4

The Brewers continued to struggle this spring and couldn't get their first win yesterday, falling to the Royals 5-4. Jimmy Nelson looked good in his first spring start, pitching two innings and only allowing one hit. Neil Cotts continued to struggle, allowing two runs in his appearance. Mike Strong allowed three runs in his 1 1/3 innings of work. On offense, Matt Long and Matt Clark each had solo home runs, and Jean Segura and Martin Maldonado also drove in runs in the loss.

Brewers News and Analysis

NL Central Update

Team W L
Pirates 3 2
Cardinals 3 2
Reds 4 3
Brewers 0 5
Cubs 0 5

    Yesterday’s Scores

  • Red Sox 3, Cardinals 0
  • Twins 1, Pirates 1
  • Reds 7, Angels 5
  • Reds 2, Rockies 2
  • Padres 6, Cubs 3

Today’s Games

  • Pirates @ Rays - 12:05 pm
  • Cardinals @ Astros - 12:05 pm
  • Cubs @ Indians - 3:05 pm
  • Reds @ Brewers - 3:05 pm

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Other Notes

Today’s Action

Still seeking their first win of the spring, the Brewers will face the Reds at Maryvale Baseball Park today at 3:05 pm. The game will be televised on Fox Sports Wisconsin and tape-delayed on MLB Network. It will also be broadcast on the Brewers radio network.