• Bianchi is out of Minor League options and has been impressive this spring, batting .371 (13-for-35) with two doubles and a triple in his first 16 games. He was 2-for-4 against the Mariners, including an RBI single.
"He's got some competition," Roenicke said. "Both Falu and Herrera look good, but [Bianchi] has picked up his game and he's done a real nice job."
• The Brewers had hit 15 home runs in their first 20 games before belting seven in the past two days.
"It's nice to see Reynolds swing the bat like that," Roenicke said. "He gets a slider up [from Mariners starter Blake Beavan] that he hits a home run on, and then he got two strikes, they try to sneak a fastball in on him and he hits a double [against Beavan in the sixth inning]. Those are definitely things we like to see."
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