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Dodgers fall to the Texas Rangers, 5-4

Most of the Dodgers' regulars sit out the spring training game.

March 14, 2011|By Jim Peltz
  • Dodgers shortstop Jamey Carroll sets to throw to first base in a game against the Texas Rangers on Monday at Surprise Stadium.
Dodgers shortstop Jamey Carroll sets to throw to first base in a game against… (Jake Roth / US Presswire )

Texas 5, Dodgers 4

AT THE PLATE: With most of the Dodgers' regular starters being rested, Xavier Paul had a run-scoring triple, Trayvon Robinson singled home two runs and Marcus Thames had a run-scoring double.

ON THE MOUND: John Ely was tagged for four runs (three earned), including a home run by Josh Hamilton, in four innings, the first runs he has given up this spring. Scott Elbert and Lance Cormier each pitched a scoreless inning.

EXTRA BASES: Ely had three strikeouts and did not walk a batter. Paul, an outfielder fighting to make the opening-day roster, was two for three, the only Dodger with multiple hits.

UP NEXT: The Dodgers play Texas on Tuesday at 1 p.m. PDT at Camelback Ranch, with Clayton Kershaw facing Derek Holland.

ON THE AIR: TV: Prime Ticket; Radio: None.

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