Friday, March 20 Dodgers at the plate: Chan Ho Park broke up 2 1/3 innings of no-hit ball from Randy Johnson with a double in the top of the third. Andruw Jones hit his third Spring Training homer -- and his first in the Cactus League -- onto the left-field picnic area for a two-run shot. Jones singled, stole a base and scored a run in the sixth, then doubled to left in the seventh. Gary Bennett had a pair of hits and a walk in his first four trips to the plate. Diamondbacks at the plate: Chris Snyder tied the game in the fourth with his fourth Cactus League round-tripper, a three-run blast landing in the left-field bullpen. He hit his fifth homer the next time up, bringing the D-backs back within two with a three-run shot over the center-field fence. Conor Jackson had two hits and a walk in three at-bats, scoring twice. Chris Burke doubled down the left-field line in the seventh, then stole third and scored on a throwing error on the steal, bringing the D-backs within one. Justin Upton finished a 2-for-3 day by launching his second spring homer halfway up the grassy hill in deep center field. The two-run dinger gave the D-backs a one-run lead.
Up next for Dodgers: Derek Lowe toes the rubber for the Dodgers as they host their L.A. rivals, the Angels, at Phoenix Municipal Stadium at 1:05 p.m. PT. Jon Garland will be on the mound for the Angels.
Owen Perkins is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.