Both pitchers struck out eight over five innings, but Masterson was just a bit sharper. The Tribe right-hander held the Cubs scoreless and allowed only two hits and a hit batter.
"Overall, decent command," Masterson said of his outing. "Sometimes a little effectively wild in the zone, but progressive. Moving along in the right direction."
Cleveland plated two in the first off Wood, who then settled in to retire 13 of the final 14 hitters he faced. The only hit he allowed during that time was a slow chopper that sneaked under the glove of third baseman Chris Valaika.
"I'm ready [for the regular season] now," said Wood, who threw another 20-25 pitches in the bullpen after his outing. "Once it's to this point of spring, you're out there throwing five innings, and you feel good. I've got a few more to tune everything up before it actually gets going."
The Indians opened the scoring with a two-run double by Jeff Francoeur that plated Asdrubal Cabrera and Carlos Santana, who had reached on hits earlier in the frame. Santana later added a home run in the top of the sixth, his second of the spring.
Chicago got on the board in the sixth when Valbuena doubled home Junior Lake, who scored on a nifty slide to the outside of the plate. Indians manager Terry Francona came on to the field and appeared ready to challenge the call, but after a brief discussion with home-plate umpire Doug Eddings, he returned to the dugout.
Up next: For the third day in a row, the Cubs will play a pair of split-squad games, but this time both take place in Arizona. Edwin Jackson, who has allowed four runs in five innings this spring, leads the team that stays in Mesa against the Angels in a 3:05 p.m. CT matchup available live on MLB.TV and via an exclusive audio webcast. Also at 3:05, James McDonald gets the ball against the A's at Phoenix Municipal Stadium.