2011 Spring Training: Dodgers Starting Lineups Against Angels, Giants

The Los Angeles Dodgers open their spring training schedule with two games today. They battle the Angels in Tempe, and the Giants in Scottsdale. Both games begin at 12:05 p.m. PST; the game against the Giants will be broadcast on 790 KABC radio, and be followed by the first DodgerTalk postgame show of the year, with Josh Suchon and Joe Block.

Here are today's Dodgers lineups:

vs. Giants

Tony Gwynn Jr. CF
Jamey Carroll SS
James Loney 1B
Rod Barajas C
Marcus Thames DH
Xavier Paul LF
Gabe Kapler RF
Ivan DeJesus Jr. 2B
Aaron Miles 3B

Tim Redding, Carlos Monasterios, Oscar Villarreal, Jon Huber, and Wilkin De La Rosa are scheduled to pitch against the Giants. Jonathan Sanchez will start for San Francisco.

vs Angels

Jamie Hoffmann LF
Dioner Navarro C
Andre Ethier RF
Matt Kemp CF
Hector Gimenez DH
Russ Mitchell 3B
Jerry Sands 1B
Justin Sellers 2B
Juan Castro SS

Hiroki Kuroda, Rubby De La Rosa, then Scott Elbert, Lance Cormier, Roman Colon, and Luis Vasquez are scheduled to pitch for the Dodgers. Trevor Bell, Eric Junge, Michael Kohn, Matt Meyer, Anthony Ortega and Garrett Richards are scheduled to pitch for the Angels.

For more information on today's games, be sure to read True Blue LA.

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