Christopher Hanewinckel/US PressiwreCasey Blake made no errors in this fan’s eyes.
- Clayton Kershaw maintained his 0.00 ERA, pitching 4 1/3 innings and allowing an unearned run on four hits and two walks.
- Scott Elbert faced four batters in a shutout inning, walking one and striking out one.
- Juan Uribe and Marcus Thames had doubles.
- Jonathan Broxton had a terrible, no-good, horrible, very bad day: homer by Jarrett Hoffpauir, single, single, hit batter, walk, exit. Tony Jackson of ESPNLosAngeles.com has details.
- Casey Blake made errors on consecutive batters in the first inning and went 0 for 2, dropping to 1 for 13 this spring.
- Carlos Monasterios gave up two runs pitching the ninth inning.
- Dodger batters had five hits and no walks.
- Dodger pitchers allowed 18 baserunners.
- I like the tone of this Dodger promo above (link via The Trolley Dodger).
- Sons of Steve Garvey is right: This cap is truly atrocious.
- Joe Torre visited Camelback Ranch today in his new capacity as an MLB exec, writes Jackson.
- The Dodgers signed Steven Jackson, who has 28 strikeouts and a 4.31 ERA in 54 1/3 career innings, to a minor-league contract, reports Matt Eddy of Baseball America. Jackson turns 29 Tuesday. Eddy also notes that Eric Krebs, one of two players the Dodgers acquired for Delwyn Young two years ago, has retired.
- This. Is. Wild. (link via Rob Neyer) Wild.