Lucroy is 12-for-29 (.414) with a home run and six RBI through 11 spring games.

Injuries limited Lucroy to 103 games last season and played a role in him finishing the campaign with just a .717 OPS, but he did post an .808 OPS after the All-Star break, and has continued to swing the bat well this spring. He will open the season as the Brewers' primary catcher, and will almost certainly hit somewhere between second and fifth in the batting order.

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