Milwaukee Brewers scratch starting pitcher Brett Anderson due to sore hip

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers scratched left-hander Brett Anderson on Saturday because of right hip soreness.

Brent Suter got the start against the NL Central-leading Chicago Cubs. Manager Craig Counsell said he was in great shape for a bullpen game, with each of his relievers available.

Brandon Woodruff, Devin Williams and Josh Hader combined for a two-hitter in Milwaukee's 1-0 victory in the series opener Friday night.

The 32-year-old Anderson is day-to-day. Counsell said Anderson should be ready at some point during the team's five-game series against St. Louis that begins on Monday.