YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollections

Dodgers lose split-squad games to Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs

Hiroki Kuroda allows four runs to White Sox in six innings, the longest stretch for Dodgers pitcher this spring. Starter Rubby De La Rosa and Carlos Monasterios blank Cubs through first four innings.

March 13, 2011|By Jim Peltz
  • Dodgers starter Hiroki Kuroda.
Dodgers starter Hiroki Kuroda. (Jake Roth / US Presswire )

White Sox 6, Dodgers 1

Cubs 4, Dodgers 3 (10)

AT THE PLATE: Hector Gimenez hit a solo home run against the Chicago Cubs in Las Vegas, one of the Dodgers' split-squad games Sunday. In the other, against the Chicago White Sox at Camelback Ranch, the Dodgers' three hits included doubles by Dioner Navarro and Justin Sellers.

ON THE MOUND: Hiroki Kuroda pitched six innings against the White Sox — the longest stretch for a Dodgers starter so far this spring — and allowed four runs, including home runs by Carlos Quentin and Omar Vizquel. Starter Rubby De La Rosa and Carlos Monasterios blanked the Cubs through the first four innings.

EXTRA BASES: Closer Jonathan Broxton threw one scoreless inning against the White Sox. Right-handed pitcher Jon Huber was reassigned to minor-league camp.

UP NEXT: John Ely faces the Texas Rangers and Eric Hurley at Surprise Stadium on Monday at 1 p.m. PDT.

ON THE AIR: TV: None. Radio: None.

Los Angeles Times Articles