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Spring Training Game Thread #6: Reds (1-2) @ Brewers (4-1)

More regulars in the line-up today

MLB: Spring Training-Milwaukee Brewers at Los Angeles Angels
Keon is getting serious playing time this spring
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Game 6 again has the Milwaukee Brewers fielding nine players with a significant chance of seeing time on the Brewers’ 25 man roster during the regular season. The exceptions could be catcher Jett Bandy, who faces an uphill battle to unseat Manny Pina and Steven Vogt and is out of options, and Keon Broxton, who is in a very crowded outfield situation and could be getting exposure for a possible deal, but can be sent to AAA Colorado Springs as a strong depth piece. It’s early, but Broxton has slashed .429/.556/.857 and has only struck out once in eight plate appearances. One other player perhaps on the bubble is today’s DH Jesus Aguilar. It speaks to the improvement of the roster that these three are in a fight for a roster spot for the 2018 season.

Cincinnati Reds (Anthony DiSclafani, r)

1. Billy Hamilton (S) CF

2. Eugenio Suarez (R) 3B

3. Joey Votto (L) 1B

4. Scooter Gennett (L) 2B

5. Adam Duvall (R) LF

6. Tucker Barnhart (S) C

7. Jose Peraza (R) SS

8. Phil Gosselin (R) DH

9. Mason Williams (L) RF

Milwaukee Brewers (Chase Anderson, r)

1. Eric Thames (L) 1B

2. Christian Yelich (L) LF

3. Domingo Santana (R) RF

4. Travis Shaw (L) 3B

5. Jesus Aguilar (R) DH

6. Jett Bandy (R) C

7. Keon Broxton (R) CF

8. Orlando Arcia (R) SS

9. Eric Sogard (L) 2B