Not that it matters anymore, but LULZ at CBS. I've seen them do this shite numerous times this spring:
Brewers prospect Tyler Thornburg made his Cactus League debut on Monday against the Reds as he hopes to win a spot in the rotation this spring. He allowed two runs on two hits over two innings of work in the 5-2 loss. The right-hander also walked one while throwing 12 pitches, eight for strikes. "Last year I was pretty nervous going into spring training, being around all these guys for the first time," Thornburg said. "But I spent a little bit of time with them last spring training and then a couple of months with them last year in the big leagues. This spring training has been a lot more mind-easing for me, really."
It's like they dont even pay attention to what they are reporting. In the spring games, both MLB and CBS don't record balls and strikes normally. If a batter strikes out or puts the ball in play, they just say he threw one strike. If he walks someone, they say he threw 4 balls.