Milwaukee – The focus of the Milwaukee Brewers’ “summer camp” is getting ready for the 60-game regular season. Craig Council says his players, including Lorenzo Kane, are also coming.
“Yeah, body, it’s coming forward,” Kane said. “I’m still very close. I’m still trying to find everything with my swing and not getting to where I was during spring training before everything stopped. My feet are getting under me. We still have a long way to go, but we are definitely on the right track.
“We feel good about our preparation with the boys,” the council said. “I think we have people in a pretty good place with the understanding that we have to go another 10 days. We will find them in a better place. “
After Monday, July 13, the Brewers are going to play an original series. The teams will be captained by Omar Narayez and Avicil Garcia. The council said they were going to have some fun and play it, but they would still play against each other. But it will be an interesting format and at night. Getting ready for games where the focus is still on.
“It’s important for players to understand that the dial can’t go from one to ten on opening day from camp,” the council said. “I’ll tell you, my vision is still in this camp on it’s not in season. It’s in this camp, and it’s about being right for the players and keeping them safe.
Veteran Major Liguer Logan Morrison opened his eyes as a non-roster player in the original Spring Training 2020. His skill set is that he is a dangerous left-handed bat. That’s him. He has done this in his career and he has proved it in his career.
Morrison was keen to be part of a 26-member roster back in February. Now, he is trying to be part of the 30-member roster.
“So I want to stay here, no doubt, but baseball is crazy,” Morrison said. “You never know what you can do. I’m just trying to be the best version of myself. Whatever it is, and if it is nowhere to be found, I will go to an island. I’m not worried about that. ”
Morrison has been to Milwaukee as a visiting player more than once, but after staying in Milwaukee for a few days as the Brewers are optimistic, he has chosen it.
“I’m a man from the Midwest, however – born in the Midwest – so it’s like a certain smell during the summer,” Morrison said. “Grass and energy – I like it – so it makes it forward for me.”