Posted April 13, 2013 on AP on Fox
Kyle Lohse had no complaints about his first start in St. Louis since changing teams. Going on six days' rest and off a very short spring, he kept his team in the game. ''The main thing I wanted was to get through this one,'' Lohse said after working seven efficient innings in a 2-0 loss to rookie Shelby Miller and the Cardinals on Friday night. ''I got out there and did my thing without my best stuff. That shows where I'm at mentally.'' Lohse (0-1) has given the Brewers all they could have expected after signing a three-year, $33 million free agent deal on March 25. In his debut, he allowed one run in six innings against the Diamondbacks and got no decision in a 3-1 loss. ''It's a good offensive team and he spotted the ball really well, changed speeds on his pitches,'' manager Ron Roenicke said. ''It's a shame you get those kind of outings and sometimes you just don't score. But if he keeps throwing like that, we're going to have a nice year with him.'' Lohse said the lack of r...
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