In his first chance to impress the new Cubs staff Edwin Jackson was underwhelming to say the least. It was the same old story for Edwin as he couldn’t pitch around mistakes behind him, or mistakes of his own (one error). When it was all said and done Jackson gave up four runs, unearned, in two innings of work, sure they were unearned but he played a big role in that. The better news from the day was Kyle Hendricks throwing the ball very well, and Mike Olt continuing to have the best at bats of any Cubs player so far this Spring. Olt was 1-for-1 on the day with his second spring dinger, an opposite field blast, and a walk which brings his spring total to three in just ten plate appearances. It wasn’t all bad on the mound, Hector Rondon, Pedro Strop, C.J. Edwards, and Justin Grimm worked a total of four scoreless innings, giving up two hits, no walks, while striking out six.