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Dodgers Spring Training 2012 Stats: Clayton Kershaw, Andre Ethier Going Strong

The Los Angeles Dodgers have reached the halfway point of their Cactus League schedule, with two weeks and 16 games in the books. For the most part spring training stats are fairly meaningless, but here is a look at some highlights from the first two weeks of spring games.

Clayton Kershaw has allowed four hits and three waks in his seven scoreless innings over two starts, striking out six. Kershaw starts again on Monday afternoon in Goodyear against the Cleveland Indians.

Andre Ethier has nine hits in 19 at-bats in his nine games played so far this spring, with six doubles, a triple, and a home run. As manager Don Mattingly has said several times this spring, Ethier's swing is locked in right now.

Matt Angle, Josh Fields, Trent Oeltjen, and Cory Sullivan are all tied for the team lead with 12 games played so far this spring.

Non-roster invitee Josh Fields, vying to win the final bench spot, has 10 hits in 23 at-bats (.435) with two doubles and a triple so far this spring.

Chris Capuano has 10 strikeouts in 8 2/3 innings this spring, against just two walks.

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