"He certainly doesn't need to go nine [innings] like he's been going," Roenicke said. "He's going to have more at-bats this spring than probably ever."
Braun had 25 at-bats in the Classic. Compare that to catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who had only five at-bats in the tournament and has been making up for lost time since rejoining the Brewers. After starting against the Dodgers on Sunday, Lucroy led off every inning of a Minor League game on Monday.
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