Anderson Starts out Well for Brewers in a Win over Cubs
PHOENIX (AP) — Chase Anderson threw two scoreless innings in his Milwaukee spring debut and helped the Brewers' split squad beat the Chicago Cubs 2-1 Thursday.
Anderson struck out Kris Bryant in the first inning and allowed a single to Miguel Montero in the second. Montero added another single to account for two of the Cubs' seven hits.
Jonathan Lucroy had an RBI single for the Brewers. Jonathan Villar tripled to open the bottom of the first and scored on a sacrifice fly by second baseman Colin Walsh.
Chicago starter Travis Wood allowed one hit and one run over two innings.