Last call

Matt Garza will make a second straight start in Minor League camp Sunday because he preferred not to face the NL Central Division-rival Reds. That means Garza will not get an opportunity to face big league hitters until the Brewers host the Royals in Milwaukee at the end of next week.

• Roenicke said the Brewers were still deciding how to line up the pitching rotation after Yovani Gallardo and Kyle Lohse start the first two games of the regular season. One scenario under consideration has the team carrying only four starters for the first week and a half, which would allow for an extra bat in Interleague Play at Boston on April 4-6.

"I don't think that's the way we're planning right now, but things could change," Roenicke said.

• The Brewers released 13 Minor League playersThursday including one-time relief prospect Santo Manzanillo, who was not the same after injuring his shoulder in a November 2011 auto accident in the Dominican Republic. He posted a 5.83 ERA in 46 games last season between Class A advanced Brevard County and Double-A Huntsville.

Also released: pitchers Jonathan Armold, Eduard Reyes, R.J. Seidel, Taylor Wall and Alan Williams; catchers Brent Dean and Tyler Roberts; infielders Adam Giacalone, Jalen Harris, Renaldo Jenkins and Jesse Weiss; and outfielder Ben McMahan.

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