Hannemann Sets the Table for Cub Feast

Jacob Hannemann singled twice, doubled, drew a walk, stole a base, and scored two runs, Gioskar Amaya singled twice, scored a run, and drove-in another, Pedro Martinez laced an RBI double, walked, and scored two runs, and Wladimir Galindo ripped a two-run HR and knocked in a third run with a sacrifice fly, propelling the Cubs "B" team to an 8-5 victory over the Giants Orange squad in Cactus League Extended Spring Training game action Wednesday morning on Field #5 at the Riverview Baseball Complex on John Arguello Way in Mesa, AZ. 

The game was pre-planned as an eight-inning contest.  

Here is the abridged box score from the game (Cubs players only): 

CUBS "B" TEAM LINEUP:
1a. Jacob Hannemann, DH #1: 3-3 (BB, 2B, 1B, 1B, 2 R, SB)
1b. Reivaj Garcia, PR-2B: 0-0 (BB, R)
2a. Gioskar Amaya, 2B-DH: 2-4 (1B, F-8, F-9, 1B, R, RBI)
2b. Richard Nunez, PH: 0-1 (F-8)
3. Pedro Martinez, SS: 1-2 (SH-FC, 2B, F-8, BB, 2 R, RBI)
4. Wladimir Galindo, 3B: 1-3 (F-9 SF, HR, 2-3, K, R, 3 RBI
5. Ervis Marchan, 1B: 1-2 (1B, BB, BB, K)
6. Ricardo Verenzuela, CF: 2-3 (BB, 1B, 1B, K)
7. Carlos Morfa, RF: (HBP, HBP, L-4, 6-3, RBI) 
8a. Yovanny Cuevas, LF: 0-3 (K, K, K)
8b. Jose Gutierrez, LF: 0-1 (4-3)
9. Widimer Joaquin, DH #2: 0-3 (5-3, 5-3, 6-3, BB, R) 
10a. Raymond Pena, C: 0-2 (F-8, 4-3) 
10b. Caleb Knight, C: 0-1 (K, HBP)

CUBS "B" TEAM PITCHERS
1. Eduarniel Nunez: 1.1 IP, 2 H, 1 R (0 ER), 1 BB, 2 K, 1 HBP, 2 BALKS, 1/1 GO/AO, 34 pitches (19 strikes) 
2. Alexander Vargas: 1.2 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 2 K, 1/2 GO/AO, 30 pitches (21 strikes) 
3. Tommy Nance: 2.0 IP, 4 H, 4 R (3 ER), 1 BB, 3 K, 2 HBP, 1 WP, 2/1 GO/AO, 41 pitches (27 strikes)
4. Alfredo Colorado: 2.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 2 K, 1 HBP, 0/3 GO/AO, 34 pitches (18 strikes)
5. Jorge Remon: 1.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 2 K, 0/1 GO/AO, 19 pitches (12 strikes) 

CUBS "B" TEAM ERRORS: 2 
1. P Eduarniel Nunez:  E-1 (errant pick-off attempt at 1st base allowed runner to advance to 2nd)
2. 2B Gioskar Amaya: E-4 (fielding miscue allowed batter to reach base safely) 

CUBS "B" TEAM CATCHERS DEFENSE
1. Raymond Pena: 1-3 CS, 2 PB
2. Caleb Knight: 0-3 CS 

ATTENDANCE: 21 

WEATHER: Sunny with temperatures in the 80's 

Arizona 
Scoring 
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"Just because it isn't official doesn't mean it didn't happen" 

Comments

Why is Hannemann sitting in Mesa? Get him to Iowa or release him Theo.

he's such a good pure athlete who's bat never caught up with his good speed and great D (all 3 OF slots).

shame he doesn't at least have a bit of power...he would be someone's 4th/5th OF'r.

Sounds like a poor man's Corey Patterson.

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  • Eric S 52 min 19 sec ago (view)

    Another lefty Padre starter and JHey gets a breather.  Robel in LF (batting 5th) Almora CF (leadoff) and Bryant in RF

     

  • Charlie 2 hours 23 min ago (view)

    Mike Leake? Check that guy's locker for a genie lamp.

     

  • bradsbeard 2 hours 37 min ago (view)

    AZ Phil, your writeup here suggests a player on the restricted list in Zobrist’s situation cannot be reinstated between August 1 and October 31. Does Zobrist actually have to be reinstated this month to play at all the rest of the season?

    https://www.thecubreporter.com/restricted-list

     

  • crunch 11 hours 35 min ago (view)

    base hit to lead off top 9th...aww.

    killer performance and there should be enough in the tank to easily get the CG (only 79 pitches).

     

  • crunch 12 hours 3 min ago (view)

    m.leake (SEA) perfect through 7ip, 67 pitches

     

  • crunch 12 hours 36 min ago (view)

    STL down by 7...so they score 10 in the 6th...and barely manage to win a 12-11 game.

     

  • Craig A. 15 hours 51 min ago (view)

    Of course, the Cubs knew he was delicate when they signed him, but Maddon pushed him anyway. How much value is there to an elite player who can’t be used very much?

     

  • Eric S 17 hours 36 min ago (view)

    Bote’s numbers trending down unfortunately - not far from Russell‘s

     

  • bradsbeard 18 hours 6 min ago (view)

    Bryant’s always been pretty good in LF. It’s RF where he looks most awkward to me. Something about staying on the left side of the field maybe. I think you’ll see Bryant and Schwarber platooned in LF going forward, though that might depend on Bote’s ability to start hitting LHP again. 

     

  • Eric S 18 hours 34 min ago (view)

    Cubs win and this Kimbrel pickup paying dividends

     

  • crunch 18 hours 39 min ago (view)

    ha.

    he's a low level jerk, but i find it hard to hate the guy when he doesn't try ducking an interview to explain wtf his problem is.

     

  • Dolorous Jon Lester 18 hours 44 min ago (view)

    Too many of our relief arms have excelled at blowing late leads. Strop and Edwards have been the primary ones.

     

  • Dolorous Jon Lester 18 hours 45 min ago (view)

    He’s sipping drinks on a beach?

    Could he be Mai Tai Guy???

     

  • crunch 18 hours 53 min ago (view)

    SD defense is the player of the game.

     

  • Eric S 19 hours 26 sec ago (view)

    Should the Cubs go on to win this game ... wow.  Some crazy-stupid self inflicted damage that they’ve somehow skirted. 

     

  • Eric S 19 hours 7 min ago (view)

    Strop has become very adroit at blowing leads giving up the long ball (same thing last Friday coming off the all star break?)