MILWAUKEE -- Filling out their rotation for the NL Championship Series, the Milwaukee Brewers revealed Sunday that Shaun Marcum will start Monday's Game 2.
"It keeps him on line better with everybody," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said before Game 1 Sunday. "It would be between he and (Randy) Wolf and (Marcum) stays on line better."
Roenicke said Saturday he planned to slot Zack Greinke for Games 1 and 5 (if necessary) and Yovani Gallardo for Games 3 and 7 (if necessary), leaving Games 2 and 4 undecided. Wolf is now scheduled for Game 4.
Marcum is coming off a string of bad starts, including a loss in Game 3 of the NL Division Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. In that start, he allowed seven runs on seven hits in 4 23 innings, but isn't thinking about that performance.
"I definitely put the last (start) away," Marcum said. "That's not one you want to remember. It was pretty easy to put that one away."
The Brewers were confident with Marcum starting Game 3 of the NLDS in ...