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Dodgers lose in U.S. and Taiwan

Their split squads fall to the Reds, 3-2, and to CPBL All-Stars in Taiwan, 5-2.

March 12, 2010

Cincinnati Reds 3, Dodgers 2
Surprise, Ariz.
AT THE PLATE:
The Dodgers didn't score any runs until the ninth inning, by which time all of their regular players were out of the game.
ON THE MOUND:
Clayton Kershaw
limited the Reds to two walks and two hits over three shutout innings.
Jonathan Broxton
tossed a scoreless inning and fifth-starter candidate
Carlos Monasterios
put up three zeros.
EXTRA BASES:
Doug Mientkiewicz
started a 3-6-3 double play in the fifth inning, showing that his surgically repaired shoulder can handle making that kind of throw.
UP NEXT:
Right-hander
Chad Billingsley
will start Saturday's noon PST game against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Tucson.
ON THE AIR:
Radio: KABC.
CPBL All-Stars 5, Dodgers 2
Taipei, Taiwan.
AT THE PLATE:
Manny Ramirez
was 0 for 3 in the Dodgers' first game of a three-game exhibition series against a Taiwanese all-star team. Both of the Dodgers' runs were driven in by Taiwan native
Chin-lung Hu
.
ON THE MOUND:
Fifth-starter candidate
Eric Stults
pitched three scoreless innings.
EXTRA BASES:
The Dodgers have received rock-star treatment, according to various reports. Ramirez's every move — from his sightseeing trips to his dining experiences — has been chronicled by the media.
UP NEXT:
Right-hander
Josh Towers
was set to start Saturday's 2:30 a.m. PST game against the Chinese Professional Baseball League All-Stars in Taipei.
ON THE AIR:
None.
Dylan Hernandez

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