Good morning, and welcome to the postgame show!
Yes, the Dodgers' first game in Taiwan is already over, and it sounds like the Tianmu Baseball Stadium crowd had a good time. Native son Chin-Lung Hu had a two-run single for the Dodgers, but Taiwan's Chinese Professional Baseball League All-Stars won, 5-2.
Sounds like it's been a good trip all around, though:
Here's a travelogue describing all the activities before the first game, from Josh Rawitch at Inside the Dodgers.
Ken Gurnick also has an article at MLB.com describing the Dodgers' sightseeing.
Here's a game story from Focus Taiwan. The Dodgers were out-hit, 12-3.
Sons of Steve Garvey collects some photos of the trip, as well as some Twitter updates from Rawitch, Gurnick and Ramona Shelburne of ESPNLosAngeles.com describing game action. A 4:39 a.m. comment from Dodger Thoughts commenter Wen_JK also has more details.
Trayvon Robinson, Xavier Paul, Manny Ramirez (DH), James Loney, Ronnie Belliard, Russ Mitchell, Lucas May, Hu, Brian Barton and Eric Stults started for the Dodgers.
Manny Ramirez twice just missed homering to center and ended up 0 for 3.
Lucas May, who is now the organization's third-string catcher, had to leave the game after getting hit by a pitch on the left ankle. Belliard also got plunked.
Stults threw three scoreless innings, striking out four.
Former Dodger Chin-Feng Chen, now a ripe old 32, had a single and a walk.
"Don't Stop Believin'" was played in the top of the ninth inning.
The Dodgers' mainland Spring Training game takes place against Aroldis Chapman and the Reds at 12:05 p.m., and then the second game of the Taiwan trip begins just after 10 p.m. Pacific time.
Update: Full game wrapup from Gurnick, plus box score. May told Gurnick he was fine.
Update 2: In the comments below, Wen_JK has posted some YouTube links to the game.