(WNFL)- Milwaukee Brewers' manager Ron Roenicke says he'll announce in about a week who will start for the Crew in their regular season opener on March 31st against Atlanta. The skipper says he's not being indecisive -- but too many things can happen to his pitchers during Spring Training, and he'd rather not change a rotation once he sets it. Today, right-hander Kyle Lohse will start for Milwaukee in an exhibition game against Colorado. Right-hander Jordan Lyles is expected to get the start for the Rockies. For the second time this spring, the Brewers will have instant replay at their disposal. Roenicke did not see the need to use the new system the first time against the Chicago Cubs. Milwaukee is 4-and-4 in the Cactus League, after beating Oakland yesterday 7-to-2.