Dodgers 11, Texas 11
AT THE PLATE: For the second day in a row, Dee Gordon had two hits and two stolen bases and scored twice. Yasiel Puig and nonroster invitee Brian Barden also had two hits each, with Barden raising his average to .579. Minor leaguer Matt Angle had two hits, including a three-run, score-tying home run with two out in the ninth.
ON THE MOUND: Chad Billingsley gave up only two hits in 31/3 innings, his best outing of the spring. But Mark Lowe followed him to the mound and struggled, giving up four runs and three hits while getting three outs.
EXTRA BASES: The Dodgers, who lead all National League teams in hitting this spring, have also drawn the most walks, 52. And their 20 stolen bases lead the majors after 13 games.
UP NEXT: Dodgers (split squad) vs. San Francisco, noon PST Friday at Scottsdale Stadium. On the air: Radio: 570. Dodgers (split squad) vs. Cincinnati, 6 p.m. PST Friday at Camelback Ranch.