Manager Dale Sveum said, "Wells actually was fairly sharp down in the zone. He got the outs when he needed to. [Cristian] Guzman, trying to get the guy over, hooked the ball out of the park on him. Other than that, he didn't give up any runs. He got out of some big jams with bases-loaded ground-ball double plays. It wasn't bad by any means." Wells finds himself in the competition (along with Chris Volstad, Jeff Samardzija, and Travis Wood) for a spot in the starting rotation for the third year in a row.
|Randy Wells is competing for a spot in the Cubs' starting rotation once again (photo from Reuters)|
Tomorrow the Cubs will face the Texas Rangers at 3:05pm in HoHoKam Park. Only 17 more days until Opening Day!