Cubs pitching holds Reds to one run

March 29, 2010 by  

Chicago Cubs starter Randy Wells lasted 5.2 innings today in a 8-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Wells allowed only one run on seven hits a walk and struck out five. The good news for Reds starter Carlos Fisher was he struck out three batters in his 1.2 innings, but he did allow three runs on five hits.

Reds catcher Ramon Hernandez scored the only run of the day for the Reds in the fifth inning. Orlando Cabrera’s groundout scored Hernandez. Cubs outfielder Tyler Colvin has been battling all spring to make the team’s opening day roster, and batting over .450 most of the spring he has deserved the shot. Today he found out he made the big club and went 1-for-4with two RBIs. Third baseman Chad Tracy had been hot early in the spring but has been cooled off considerably lately and is now hitting .243 after another 0-for day.

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W: R. Wells L: C. Fisher S: none


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