Hello Sky Sox Nation,
We hope everyone had a phenomenal Valentine’s Day/Singles Awareness Day! In case you wanted one more piece of love, here’s Brewers prospect Brett Phillips:
I’m Cravy about you 😍 #BrewersValentines pic.twitter.com/rnx1Sl1Xye
— Maverick Phillips (@Brett_Phillips8) February 15, 2017
And in case you needed any more loving, just head over to the Milwaukee Brewers twitter page (@Brewers). Pun game on point this February.
Potentially lost amid the love poems, roses and chocolate hearts is the fact that Feb. 14 marked the official kick-off of Spring Training 2017. The Milwaukee Brewers pitching and catching corps arrived at the Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix, Ariz., unofficially marking the start of the 2017 season.
Pitchers and catchers and baseball-oh my! #Brewers #CactusCrew ⚾️🌵☀️ 💙💛 pic.twitter.com/8XvaKYfhGQ
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) February 14, 2017
Here’s what some Brewers prospects and some former Sox are saying about the start of Spring Training:
Had a great offseason back home with family and friends. Just got into Arizona which means back to work. @Brewers #springtraining2017
— jacob barnes (@j_barnes30) February 13, 2017
Another offseason in the books and another opportunity ahead! Wheels rolling toward Maryvale 🚚💨 #ST2017 #ItsFinallyHere
— David Goforth (@DavidGoforth7) February 12, 2017
Welp…heading to work. See ya soon AZ. #baseballishere #brewers
— Tommy Milone (@TommyMilone_33) February 12, 2017
Hoy más que nunca quiero darle gracias a Dios por tantas bendiciones… https://t.co/nILzMyM0J7
— junior guerra (@juni1685) February 16, 2017
(Translation: Today, more than ever, I want to thank God for so many blessings. Today #springtraining2017 started, full of new challenges and goals from God’s hand)
Don’t forget, though, the wise words of one Tim Dillard. Happy Wednesday!
There is #NoOffSeason ⚾️🏋🏽 pic.twitter.com/nf1SctWJDw
— Tim Dillard (@DimTillard) February 9, 2017
*Featured Image courtesy of @Brewers