Spring Training Game #5: Cubs vs. Mariners Reviewed by Momizat on . In the 5th spring training game, the Cubs play the Seattle Mariners. The Chicago Cubs (2-3) lost to the Seattle Mariners (6-1) 10-3. Boxscore (thanks to MLB.com In the 5th spring training game, the Cubs play the Seattle Mariners. The Chicago Cubs (2-3) lost to the Seattle Mariners (6-1) 10-3. Boxscore (thanks to MLB.com Rating:
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Spring Training Game #5: Cubs vs. Mariners

Spring Training Game #5: Cubs vs. Mariners

In the 5th spring training game, the Cubs play the Seattle Mariners.

The Chicago Cubs (2-3) lost to the Seattle Mariners (6-1) 10-3.

Boxscore (thanks to MLB.com)

Hitters:
David DeJesus – 0-3 with a K
Marlon Byrd – 0-3
Starlin Castro – 1-3 with a 1B
Ian Stewart – 0-3 with a run and K. Stewart also had a stolen base.
Alfonso Soriano – 1-2 with a HR, rbi and run
Anthony Rizzo – 0-2 with a K
Jeff Baker – 2-2 with a 1B and 2B
Reed Johnson – 1-2 with a 1B and a BB
Welington Castillo – 0-3 with a K
James Adduci – 1-2 with a 1B and K
Brett Jackson – 0-2 with 2 K’s
Junior Lake – 0-2 with a BB
Josh Vitters – 0-1
Jae-Hoon Ha – 0-2
Blake Lalli – 1-2 with a 1B, run and K
Matt Tolbert – 1-2 with a 1B and a rbi
Michael Brenly – 0-1 with a K
Edgar Gonzalez – 0-1

Pitchers:
Chris Volstad: Pitched 3 innings … 1 hit, 0 runs, 0 walks and struck out none
Kerry Wood: Pitched 1 inning … 1 hit, 0 runs, 0 walks and struck out none
Carlos Marmol: Pitched 0.2 innings … 4 hits, 4 runs, 0 walks and struck out 2
Blake Parker: Pitched 1.1 innings … 2 hits, 1 run, 0 walks and struck out 2
Scott Maine: Pitched 1 inning … 1 hit, 2 runs (1 earned), 2 walks and struck out none
Alberto Cabrera: Pitched 0.1 innings … 3 hits, 1 run, o walks and struck out 1
Trever Miller: Pitched 1 innings … 1 hit, 0 runs, 0 walks and struck out none
Casey Weathers: Pitched 1 inning … 1 hit, 2 runs, 3 walks and struck out 1

Positives from the game:
*Chris Volstad shows he may be a sleeper and have a comeback year.
*Alfonso Soriano keeps showing he still have power in the tank.
*Jeff Baker shows he’s a good guy to have on the bench.

Negatives from the game:
*Carlos Marmol looked very bad and better tune that up by opening day.
*Scott Maine keeps un-impressing me.
*Cabrera did not look good whatsoever.
*Not much relievers impressing thus far, including Casey Weathers.

Tomorrow the Cubs play the Chicago White Sox at 2 p.m. central. I believe that game will be televise on TV.

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