By Eric Fischer
The Milwaukee Brewers lit up the scoreboard on Friday, beating the Cincinnati Reds 16-13 in Cactus League play on Friday afternoon. The Brewers trailed 6-0 after 2 innings before getting on the board in the 3rd when 3B Travis Shaw drove in Christian Yelich on a single. The Brewers offense really got cooking in the 6th inning, scoring 7 runs when Ji-Man Choi homered to start the inning, followed by an Eric Sogard 2-run double. A sacrifice fly and passed ball led to the Brewers tying the game when Jesus Aguilar gave Milwaukee its first lead in the game with a 2 RBI single. The Reds would score 2 in the bottom of the 6th to tie the game again at 10. In the 7th, Nick Franklin continued his red-hot spring with another homerun as he tries to make the 2018 squad. Keston Hiura, one of the Brewers top-ranked prospects, would also drive in a run, to give Milwaukee a 13-10 advantage that it would never lose. Radhames Liz got the win for the Crew, as Milwaukee improves to a 14-7 record in Spring Training.