That included a first-inning double high off the center-field batter's eye at Salt River Fields. McCutchen's drive was just as impressive as any of the Giants' four homers -- Hunter Pence's one-out clout in the first inning, Pablo Sandoval's three-run drive in the fifth inning and the seventh-inning homers added by Madison Bumgarner and Nick Hundley.
"I didn't see it," McCutchen said of his double. "I heard it."
• Sandoval, who's batting .306, collected four RBIs while playing first base. Manager Bruce Bochy did not rule out the possibility of using Sandoval at first to give Brandon Belt occasional breaks. That would more likely occur against a left-handed starter. The switch-hitting Sandoval insisted that he's much more comfortable batting right-handed than he was in recent years, when shoulder problems interfered with his swing from that side.
• Pence's homer continued his recent resurgence. His batting average has risen to .294. "My body feels good," he said. "This time of spring, it's time to start turning it on."
Right-hander Johnny Cueto will make his final Cactus League tuneup on Monday when the Giants entertain Cleveland at Scottsdale Stadium for a 1:05 p.m. PT start. Right-hander Josh Tomlin will start for Cleveland. The game can be seen on a video webcast or heard on an audio webcast.