PHOENIX (AP) -- Outfielders Geoff Jenkins and Kevin Mench could be making things tough for Brewers manager Ned Yost.
He's expected to platoon Jenkins and Mench in left field, especially considering that Mench has a better career average against left-handed pitchers and Jenkins has been much better against righties.
But both are hitting so well this spring that it might be tough to get both the maximum at-bats.
Jenkins is batting .400 with 15 runs batted in.
Mench is hitting .404 and has knocked in nine runs.
Yost says he doesn't see it as a problem, and he's sure he'll work it out.