Wood gets final tune-up in, Cubs lose

Starter allows two runs, three hits in first inning

Wood gets final tune-up in, Cubs lose

PHOENIX -- The Cubs' work in Arizona is over.

The D-backs' journey is just beginning.

The two teams wrapped up Spring Training play Saturday with a 4-2 victory by the D-backs in the second of two exhibition games at Chase Field.

Now, the season can begin in earnest.

The D-backs scored in the first inning on am RBI-double by first baseman Paul Goldschmidt and a run-scoring single by Mark Trumbo for a 2-0 lead. Trumbo's two-run home run in the third extended Arizona's lead to 4-0.

The Cubs added a pair of runs in the top of the sixth inning on RBI hits from Junior Lake and Albert Almora to make the score 4-2.

Saturday's game served as the final tune-up for Cubs starters Travis Wood, who started the game and pitched one inning, and Kyle Hendricks, who followed him with one inning of work. The rest of the team was made up of Minor League players. In the end, Wood was charged with two runs on three hits on 27 pitches, striking out one batter. Hendricks pitched a scoreless second inning on nine pitches.

Wood is scheduled to pitch Friday in the first of three games against the Rockies in Colorado. Hendricks is scheduled to pitch Saturday.

Cubs second baseman Javier Baez was hit by a pitch on the left hand in the top of the sixth. He was escorted to first by a team trainer and stayed in the game.

Overall, the Cubs finished Cactus League play with a 15-16-1 record, including a 15-9 mark in the club's final 24 games. The D-backs finished Spring Training with an 19-14-2 record.

Up Next: The new-look Cubs make their debut under manager Joe Maddon on Sunday at 7:05 p.m. CT to open the 2015 MLB season when they host the St. Louis Cardinals. Left-hander Jon Lester, the cream of the free agent crop, will start for Chicago against Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright.

Jesse Sanchez is a national reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter @JesseSanchezMLB. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.