Brenham baseball hit the field for the first time in 2020 as they scrimmaged at Grand Oaks, Tuesday.
Coach Chase Wheaton says he was impressed with how hard the Cubs' pitchers competed, "I thought our pitchers battled when they didn’t have their best stuff. Came back and got some big outs after falling behind in the count."
He was also pleased with the team's defense, "we played exceptional, made every routine play and even made some plus plays that went unnoticed. "
"For the most part, Hitters had a good approach at the plate and we got some really good swings off. We did have a couple innings where I felt like we gave some at bats away so we have to be better there."
With conditions being what they were, Wheaton came away very pleased, "our guys handled it like a business trip and I felt like we made strides in the right direction."
The scrimmage was moved to Grand Oaks after field conditions were deemed 'unplayable' at Firemen's Park.
The Cubs will host Belton in their second scrimmage, Saturday at 10:00.