"I feel good. I'm looking for my pitch to hit. I'm getting it right now, so I'm just trying to not do too much, and take advantage of the pitches I'm getting."
- Brandon Drury
"It's not the most important thing in spring. But definitely don't like to go out and do what I did today. I felt fine, but it does [stink] to get pulled at 50-something pitches and not even two innings."
It's hard to have a better Spring Training, both offensively and defensively, than the one Brandon Drury is having.
What everyone will be eager to see is how the 28-year-old feels Saturday morning. Hudson is working back from two Tommy John surgeries in as many years, and pretty soon the team needs to decide whether he'll be a starter or reliever this season. That call could be made before his next outing.
Officially, Chris Owings singled in four at-bats in an Arizona Diamondbacks 'B' game against the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday at Salt River Fields. It marked his first spring game, signaling the unofficial start of a new swing approach at the plate.
It’s no secret that catching depth for the Arizona Diamondbacks has been a cause for concern this spring and it looks like that the club might be interested in addressing it.