Spring Training Recap: Wieland Goes Five, Offense Goes Cold

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Chris Heisey put the Dodgers on the board in the bottom of the fifth. He hit a solo homer to deep left field that cut the Dodgers deficit in half, 2-1.

David Aardsma took over in the top of the sixth. After getting two quick outs he walked back-to-back batters. He then got a groundout to end the inning.

After getting Adrian Gonzalez to flyout to left to begin the sixth, Rodon was pulled from the game. He threw 5.1 innings giving up four hits and one run on 91 pitches. Kyle Drabek came in and retired the Dodgers in the sixth keeping the one-run lead in tact.

Juan Nicasio took over on the mound in the seventh and was able to toss a scoreless inning. Offensively, the Dodgers went down in order in the bottom half.

In the top of the eighth, Yimi Garcia took the mound and struck out the side in order to send the offense back to the plate. The Dodgers once again went down in order in the bottom of the inning to keep the score at 2-1.

For the Dodgers, Sergio Santos pitched the top of the ninth. He get a groundout, a strikeout and a fly out for a perfect inning. A leadoff infield single followed by a hit by pitch put two runners on for the Dodgers in the bottom half. Peter Lavin bunted the runners over, but Alex Guerrero struck out and Heisey flew out to end the game. Dodgers lost 2-1.

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