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Wells worked two innings on Wednesday

MESA, Ariz. -- Right-hander Randy Wells is a lot of things. He's a 2005 all-star, often one of the Cubs' most overlooked pitching prospects, a catcher-turned-pitcher, and a starter-slash-reliever at that. But for now, he's just another name in big league camp.

Wells made his second spring appearance with the big league club on Wednesday, throwing two innings in Chicago's 13-8 loss to San Diego, one of three in a row now by the Cubs. He gave up two runs on three hits while notching a pair of strikeouts. This year is somewhat different for the 23-year-old southern Illinois native, who begins his third year as a pitcher in the Cub farm system. (Wells was... Recommended Stories

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