• Darwin Barney and Starlin Castro will be wearing unique Wilson gloves this season that the second baseman designed. The black gloves have Cubs blue-colored trim and their names stitched in red. There is no gold to honor Barney's first Gold Glove Award.
"We don't wear gold in our [team] colors," Barney said. "Cassie and I wanted the same color."
The Gold Glove Award is sponsored by Rawlings; Barney wears Wilson gloves. He will not have a patch on his glove.
"People know," he said about not bragging about the award. "We don't need to remind them."
• Cubs catcher Dioner Navarro wants to wear No. 30. He's worn that his entire career. But right now, it's Travis Wood's number. On Sunday in his first Cactus League game with the Cubs wearing No. 4, Navarro hit a three-run home run.
"I don't think I'm going to change it just yet -- 1-for-1, three [RBIs]," Navarro said.
So, will he keep No. 4?
"No. 30 means a lot to me," Navarro said. "I've been wearing No. 30 my whole career. It means a lot to me but on the other side, it's just a number. I'm playing for the Cubs now; I'm playing for myself. We'll see how it goes."
Cubs manager Dale Sveum has agreed to give up No. 33 to pitcher Carlos Villanueva and take No. 4.
• Video staffer Nate Halm and bullpen catcher Andy Lane both advanced in the second round of the Cubs' bunt tournament Sunday. Others to advance include Edwin Maysonet and Wood. Halm won a spot in the field of 64 by winning the front office/clubhouse staff tourney.