Bellinger made the most notable impression in what little time he saw on the field. The 20-year-old first baseman, who finished last season at Single-A, slashed .417/.563/.625 against a collection of mostly late-inning pitchers, some of whom might have finished last season at Single-A too.
The numbers aren’t as plentiful, but Bellinger was just as impressive with his glove, showing no trouble adapting to the pace of a major league game.
Zarraga, 27, slashed .526/.550/.579 in limited time. He split last season between the Dodgers’ Double-A and Triple-A affiliates.
Brown, 30, who spent last season with the Tampa Bay Rays’ Triple-A affiliate, slashed .250/.387/.292 in 30 plate appearances this spring.
Hicks, 30, who spent last season with the San Francisco Giants’ Triple-A affiliate, slashed .200/.320/.200 in 20 plate appearances.