Phoenix - With the big bat of Prince Fielder missing from the middle of the Milwaukee Brewers' batting order, manager Ron Roenicke is planning to run a bit more this season and try to create some runs.
"I'd like to be a little more creative in what we do," Roenicke said Friday. "It's all about how you manufacture runs. Without Prince in the lineup, we need to do some things to maybe make up for his loss.
"That has nothing to do with Aramis (Ramirez) not doing what I think he's going to do. I'm very comfortable with him being the No. 4 hitter; I think he's an outstanding hitter.
"I think even last year we could have done more; we could have manufactured more runs. If we can do it, we're going to try to. Then we'll see how it goes. If we're running into too many outs and I don't like what's going on, then I'll rein them back a little bit." The Brewers begin exhibition play Sunday against the San Francisco...