Rain Ends Dodgers/Angels Game, Tied After 6

Senior Editor
Posted Mar 18, 2012

In front of another sellout crowd, the Dodgers and Angels played for west coast supremacy. The verdict? I guess they both get a claim to LA.

Final Score: Dodgers 1, Angels 1

-Starter Chris Capuano allowed a run on two hits and struck out 3. John Grabow, whose having a nice spring, gave up a one out double but ended up striking out the side. Mike MacDougal worked a perfecting 6th.

-The Dodgers didn't get a hit off of Dan Haren until the 5th inning, when Adam Kennedy led off the inning with a double and was singled in by Juan Uribe a batter later. Uribe was thrown out trying to stretch the single into a double.

-Catchers Gorman Erickson and Matt Wallach, along with infielders Jeff Baisley and Lance Zawadzki, were cut after the game.

Up Next

The Dodgers travel to Goodyear to play the Indians. Clayton Kershaw is scheduled to start. The game is scheduled for 1:05pm. There's a good chance the rain will continue tomorrow and could force a postponement. We'll see what mother nature has in store.

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