Right-hander Brett Myers pitched four uneven innings, and the Cleveland Indians fell 4-3 to the Milwaukee Brewers at Maryvale Baseball Park on Friday.
Across four innings, Myers allowed seven hits and four earned runs, and he also walked three while striking out two. The start certainly left a lot to be desired, and Myers now has a 7.11 ERA in 12 2/3 innings this spring.
The Indians fell to 12-8 in the Cactus League, but the team did stage a slight rally in the top of the ninth inning, which was started with a solo home run from Mark Reynolds.
The Indians had a chance to win in the ninth with two outs and two men on base, but Justin Toole unfortunately lined out, which ended both the rally and game.
Michael Bourn — CF (Justin Toole)
Drew Stubbs — RF (Chris McGuiness)
Michael Brantley — LF (Marcus Bradley)
Nick Swisher — 1B (Jesus Aguilar)
Mark Reynolds — DH
Cord Phelps — 2B (Matt Antonelli)
Ryan Raburn — 3B (Kyle Bellows)
Yan Gomes — C (Brian Jeroloman, Matt...