The Colorado Rockies will get a good look at Gus Schlosser, one of the two starting pitchers acquired from the Atlanta Braves during the offseason, in Cactus League action today against the Milwaukee Brewers.
David Hale, the other arm the Rockies received from the Braves, pitched well in a win over the Mariners on Wednesday. Hale notched three strikeouts and induced a pair of ground-ball outs in two innings of work. Schlosser looks to build on a solid outing himself. The 26-year-old right-hander hasn't pitched in an official spring training game yet in 2015 but struck out four batters in two perfect innings against the Chicago White Sox in a "B" game over the weekend.
#Rockies lineup at #Brewers pic.twitter.com/kl2KWEoupv— Patrick Saunders (@psaundersdp) March 12, 2015
Today's lineup against the Rockies in Maryvale. First pitch 3:05 CT. Webcast on http://t.co/4DI0F6ETck. pic.twitter.com/UC0beiEIoB— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) March 12, 2015
Rex Brothers is among the other Rockies pitchers scheduled to make an appearance in the 2:05 p.m. MT contest.
You can listen to the game via the Brewers feed on MLB.com or follow on Gameday. No televised broadcast is available, which is a shame because we won't get the chance to see Raimel Tapia, who will likely be a late sub into the game, do his thing.