Dillon, meanwhile, is going on his 11th professional season, but he is breaking camp in the big leagues for the first time. He earned his spot by batting .328 in Spring Training games, and he will serve as a backup at first, second and third base and left field.The Brewers, like most clubs, wait until the final moment to set their roster, guarding against unforeseen injuries, trades or waiver-wire pickups. Was the team pursuing any last-minute moves? "Not at this time," general manager Doug Melvin said. "I think we're pretty set with the club that we have. We put it together in the offseason, [and] watched them perform for 30-some games in Spring Training. "I'm not saying there won't be areas during the course of the year, but right now we need to let the players go out and play, give them the benefit of the doubt and let them show us what they can do. There's nothing that I feel needs to be addressed at this point."
Adam McCalvy is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.