- In the sixth inning, four sons of former major leaguers – Tony Gwynn Jr. (single), Justin Sellers (double), Ivan De Jesus Jr. (triple) and Scott Van Slyke (booming home run) – produced a cycle for the generations.
- Chad Billingsley retired six of seven batters on 21 total pitches, a feat chronciled by Tony Jackson of ESPNLosAngeles.com.
- Winning pitcher Angel Guzman retired all four batters he faced.
- Andre Ethier had the Dodgers’ first hit of the spring, a double, and first run. Ethier looked physically fit legging out the two-bagger, writes J.P Hoonstra of the Daily News.
- Josh Fields went 2 for 2.
- Three of Nathan Eovaldi’s five outs were strikeouts.
- Adam Kennedy made a great defensive play at third base on behalf of Billingsley.
- Scott Rice struck out two in his inning of relief.
- Eovaldi allowed two hits and two walks.
- Matt Kemp and Dee Gordon were among seven 0-for-2 Dodgers.
- Ryan Tucker allowed two runs in the ninth inning.
- Attention, Double-A Dodgers and friends: Chattanooga will be the site of some filming of 42, the upcoming Jackie Robinson feature starring Chadwick Boseman (with Harrison Ford as Branch Rickey and Christopher Meloni as Leo Durocher), and the filmmakers will casting for local ballplayers to appear, according to Nooga.com.
- Clayton Kershaw and Kenley Jansen made the Crashburn Alley “Unbeatable” team aimed at winning each of the next 10 World Series. (And Davey Lopes was named first-base coach.) Kemp, I gather, was considered too old?
- Mark Sweeney has left his front-office job with the Dodgers to become a Padres TV analyst.
- Daily News sportswriter Jon Gold wrote a moving obituary for his sister, Amy Wishnie. You’ll not read anything more meaningful for some time.