Cubs Cactus League wrap-up: Addison Russell the spring MVP

MESA, Ariz. -- The Chicago Cubs completed their spring schedule in Arizona with a 10-0 win over the Colorado Rockies in front of 15,108, giving them an all-time spring record attendance total of 226,163. Here are the highlights (and lowlights) of Cubs' camp.

Spring record: 10-17-2

Top batting average (min 30 AB): Munenori Kawasaki, .364

Lowest average: Juan Perez, .129

Top on-base percentage: Kawasaki, .451

Most home runs: Addison Russell, 5

Most RBIs: Jason Heyward, 14

Most stolen bases: Arismendy Alcantara, 5

Lowest ERA (min 10 IP): Kyle Hendricks, 2.92

Highest ERA: John Lackey, 6.92

Spring MVP: Russell has been consistently good since camp opened in mid-February. When his bat produces more headlines than his glove you know it’s been a good spring. Honorable mention goes to Kawasaki and Montero for their consistent contributions at the plate.

Best Maddon morning gimmick: Kawasaki singing karaoke.

Runner-up Maddon gimmick: Baby bears

Worst morning gimmick: The mime

Best spring moment: (Tie) The baby bears urinating on Anthony Rizzo; Jon Lester homering in final Cactus League game.

Worst spring moment: Jake Arrieta giving up 5 runs in 1/3 of an inning and having to come out of a game against the San Francisco Giants due to a blister. The game lasted over four hours, with the Cubs winning 16-14.

Up Next: : John Lackey will throw to Miguel Montero in a minor league game in Arizona while Cubs are in Vegas to take on the New York Mets on Thursday with minor league prospect Ryan Williams on the mound.