MILWAUKEE -- The Cubs used all of their relievers in Friday's 13-inning game against the Brewers, but only Kerry Wood and Rafael Dolis were unavailable on Saturday in the second game of the series.
"We're not beat up all that bad," Cubs manager Dale Sveum said.
There were 466 pitches thrown (235 by eight Cubs pitchers, 231 by eight Brewers pitchers). Dolis threw a season-high 41 pitches; his previous high was 39 in his second appearance of the season on April 10 against the Brewers. Wood matched his season high with 25 pitches.
"One way or another, [Chris] Volstad will probably get his 100 pitches in," Sveum said of Saturday's starter.
The Cubs were one walk shy of tying the franchise record for most issued in a game (15), which was set on May 15, 1962, against the Mets.
"On both sides, it wasn't the prettiest pitched game by no means," Sveum said. "There was not a lot of fastball command in that game."
Wood did pitch two innings, which was a season high, and also was needed to bat in the 12th, which was his first at-bat since Sept. 23, 2007. He struck out.
"He did throw two innings, but he only threw 25 pitches after walking the first two guys," Sveum said. "He didn't get completely too extended and had a real quick second inning. Probably his swings took more out of him than the outing."