Spring Training is getting closer for the Milwaukee Brewers. Yesterday was another key day in the leadup to the start of camp, as the Brewers sent their equipment down to Arizona by truck. It’s actually the second truck day, as much of the equipment is already in Arizona in preparation for this weekend’s fantasy camp the Brewers host every year.
The Brewers’ Twitter account has all of the stats on the Brewers Truck Day:
20,500 baseballs ✔️— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) February 4, 2020
1,000 bats ✔️
200 batting helmets ✔️
60 cases of sunflower seeds ✔️
20 cases of bubble gum ✔️
Next stop: Arizona. ⚾️ @ODFL_Inc I #TruckDay pic.twitter.com/xfuuBa135S
The truck will arrive in Arizona on Saturday, just a few days ahead of the Brewers official start of camp. Pitchers and Catchers are scheduled to report in camp on February 12 and the first workout will happen the next day. The rest of the team is scheduled to report by February 17, with the first full team workout the next day. Spring Training games officially kick off on February 22 with a game against the Rangers.