Believe it or not, spring training is actually drawing to a close. It had to happen sometime. The Dodgers have only three more games scheduled in Arizona before heading to Los Angeles and the Freeway Series against the Angels.
And they still have eight starting pitchers. Not one has been moved. The way most have pitched, it's understandable if the offers have not been pouring in.
None of the eight have exactly been lights out this spring: Zack Grienke (0-0, 3.60 ERA, 1.40 WHIP), Clayton Kershaw (2-2, 3.60, 1.28), Hyun-Jin Ryu (2-2, 3.86, 1.07), Josh Beckett (0-0, 5.40, 1.20), Chad Billingsley (0-1, 7.04), Chris Capuano (1-1, 7.20), Aaron Harang (1-1, 8.10), Ted Lilly (0-2, 9.45).
Beckett has actually been the most effective this spring, at least numerically, until struggling Sunday in a 7-4 loss to the A's. Beckett lasted just four innings, surrendering seven runs on six hits and three walks.