By Eric Fischer
The Milwaukee Brewers won its second straight game on Saturday, beating Colorado 4-3 with a strong 2nd inning and impressive defense. The Rockies took an early lead in the first with a Ryan McMahon single. The Brewers took control of momentum in the top of the second inning turning a 5-4-3 triple play. The play seemed to spark the offense, as the Brewers scored all 4 of its runs in the bottom of the second, starting with shortstop Orlando Arcia singling to tie the game at 1. With Jonathan Villar on third, Arcia on first, and Jett Bandy at the plate, a double steal ended with the speedy Villar stealing home to give the Brewers the lead 2-1. After the steal, Bandy went deep crushing a 2-run homer to center to give Milwaukee a 4-1 lead that it would never lose. Zach Davies, who the Brewers announced as the starter for the home opener, earned the win pitching 3.1 innings, giving up 4 hits, 1 run and striking out 3. Josh Hader continued his impressive spring, striking out 4 in 1.2 IP and still not allowing a single run this spring. Chase Anderson gets the start on Sunday as the Brewers square off against the Dodgers.