Brewers' pitchers and catchers report; Anderson loses arbitration case
PHOENIX - Brewers pitchers and catchers were all in camp Tuesday and ready to start spring training practices, but several players - including position players - have gotten a head start on preps for the season.
Scooter Gennett, Hernan Perez, and Orlando Arcia are three position players who were taking ground balls and swings on the fields at Maryvale Baseball Park - a full three days ahead of the report date for position players.
Starting pitcher Chase Anderson lost his salary arbitration case, meaning he will be paid $2.45 million this season. Anderson was asking for $2.85 million.
The Brewers first full squad workout happens Saturday at Maryvale Baseball Park.