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McCutchen gets HR, 3 hits, Pirates lose to Twins
Question of the Day
McCutchen went 3 for 3, scored twice and drove in two runs. The reigning NL MVP is 8 for 11 in four games this spring.
“No big deal,” he said. “They don’t count in the spring.”
Pirates left-hander Wandy Rodriguez pitched two scoreless innings. He allowed two hits and struck out two.
Pirates: Rodriguez threw more breaking balls than he did in his first spring outing. He’s had trouble finding the zone with his curveball.
“I need to get that pitch over for strikes,” Rodriguez said.
Worley was solid in his Grapefruit League debut, allowing only one hit in three scoreless innings against Baltimore. But he left too many pitches up against the Pirates, and also was the victim of some bad luck. Three of the hits he allowed in the first inning were dribblers, including a bases-loaded infield single by Andrew Lambo.
NEED FOR SPEED
To be the Twins‘ everyday center fielder, Alex Presley needs to show he can get on base more often and be a base-stealing threat.
In 28 games last season, Presley had a .336 on-base percentage but swiped only one base in four tries. This spring, he’s competing with Aaron Hicks for the starting job.
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