Look out, 'cause the Hector Gimenez bandwagon is rollin'. The Dodgers trailed the entire game today and were down 4-2 in the eighth inning until Gimenez followed singles by Tony Gwynn Jr. and Juan Castro with a homer to left field off Rafael Rodriguez.
The next batter, Gabe Kapler, followed with another homer to left.
Matt Kemp narrowed the Dodgers' early 3-0 deficit with a two-run homer, his third of the spring, in the bottom of the fourth after Andre Ethier singled.
In his first at-bat since his return from the eye doctor, Jay Gibbons singled.
Pitching the sixth inning, Jonathan Broxton got his first two strikeouts of the spring.
A two-run double by Miguel Montero in the top of the fourth helped saddle Chad Billingsley with a three-runs-in-five-innings day.
Mike MacDougal loaded the bases in the ninth on two walks and a hit batter, escaping when Adam Eaton (no, not that Adam Eaton) lined into a game-ending double play (Justin Sellers to Eugenio Velez).
The Dodgers got 12 hits today from 12 different players, and no walks.
Kim Ng gets the headlines, but Alex Remington of Fangraphs thinks we should be seeing even more women in prominent roles in major-league baseball.
Steve Dilbeck of the Times talks about how St. Patrick's Day used to be the highlight of Spring Training at Dodgertown in Vero Beach and laments its passing.
At Baseball Savvy, Howard Cole's latest interview subject is ... well, there's no other way to put this ... me.