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Chad Billingsley pitches simulated game on Dodgers' day off

March 13, 2013|By Dylan Hernandez
  • Chad Billingsley, shown here earlier in spring training, pitched a five-inning simulated game Wednesday.
Chad Billingsley, shown here earlier in spring training, pitched a five-inning… (Rob Tringali / Getty Images )

PHOENIX – While most of the Dodgers were given Wednesday off, Chad Billingsley was at the team’s spring training complex pitching to minor league hitters in a five-inning simulated game.

There isn’t much to report, which is good news for the Dodgers, considering Billingsley’s 2012 season ended prematurely because of elbow problems.

“My arm felt great today,” Billingsley said. “Everything felt good. I had good command of all my pitches.”

Billingsley’s groin, which has bothered him recently, was also no problem.

Billingsley said he threw more changeups than usual.

“Getting ready for the regular season,” Billingsley said.

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