So really only one important moment in that game:
The rest of it?
Tanner Roark went 2 innings allowed 2 hits, 2 walks, 1 earned (a home run), 2 k.
- Shun Yamagucki: He pitched a nice quick 3rd inning. Gave up a solo homer and a double in the 4th inning. The 5th inning didn’t go well, homer, strikeout, walk, homer, double and then he was out of the game. I discount the third inning of work, he’s building up the arm strength.
- Ty Tice got the last 2 outs for the 5th. He walked a guy and hit a guy, but got out of the inning without more runs scoring.
- Thomas Pannone: 1 inning, 1 hit.
- Thomas Hatch: 1 inning, 2 k. I’m a fan, and not just because of the name. I would hope we see him this season, but that would mean a couple of bad things happened to others on the staff.
- Justin Miller: 1 inning, 1 walk, 1 k.
On the offensive side, Vlad homered (and walked) and that’s all I really care about. He’s hitting .263 this spring with 2 homers.
- Billy McKinney: 0 for 3. k. Hitting .333 this spring.
- Andy Burns: 1 for 3, k.
- Cavan Biggio: 0 for 3, k. Hitting .188 this spring.
- Travis Shaw: 1 for 2 k. Hitting .118. I’m not going to worry about what he’s hitting early in the spring, but I’ll worry if he hits a buck something the last week of spring.
- Randal Grichuk: 1 for 3, k. .214.
- Reese McGuire: 0 for 2, k. .091.
- Anthoy Alford: 0 for 2. .167. No strikeouts, no errors. Let’s count it as a success.
- Ruben Tejada: 0 for 2. .111.
- Kevin Smith: 0 for 1
- Alejandro Kirk: Walk.
- Chavez Young: 0 for 1, k.
- Patrick Cantwell: 0 for 2, k.
- Forrest Wall: 0 for 1.
- Santiago Espinal: 0 for 1.
There were a few others who went 0 for 1.