MILWAUKEE With Zack Greinke's place atop the heap of the Milwaukee rotation left gapingly open after the team traded him to the Angels last Friday, the Brewers' pitching staff has taken on a decidedly different look.
Enter the youth movement as hopes shift from a playoff run in 2012 to getting back on track in 2013.
Greinke's open spot in the pitching order coupled with Shaun Marcum's absence due to injury has paved the way for at least three young pitchers to get an opportunity to show their worth in the next month. Beyond that, as many as five rookie pitchers could get at least one start before the 2012 season ends.
"It's wide open," Roenicke said. "With all the young guys coming up and the way they've pitched, we'll try to continue to see them and then try to factor in who really is a guy that we're going to count on to be in that starting rotation next year."
The only sure part of the rotation moving forward is Yovani Ga...