MILWAUKEE -- The first member of the Brewers rotation to make it through six innings happened to be the only one who didn't go through spring training.
The Milwaukee debut of Kyle Lohse couldn't have started or finished any better for the right-hander. Recording the first five outs on strikeouts, Lohse worked six innings, didn't walk a batter and allowed just one run on five hits on 87 pitches.
While the Brewers fell 3-1 to the Diamondbacks and lost two key players to injury, Lohse's first outing was a big positive.
"I feel like everything I've done up until now has worked," Lohse said. "I could have went back out but there's no sense in pushing it this early considering the last time out I only threw 50-something (pitches). It's a long season. There will be plenty of time to push that pitch count up there."
Frankly, nobody knew for sure what Lohse was going to give the Brewers Friday night. Signed on March 25, Lohse pitched in just one spring training game before Opening Day. H...