Worth noting

• Aybar will travel with the team to Seattle, but won't be back until he plays a little bit in extended spring training. Aybar was hoping to be activated off the disabled list as early as Thursday, the first day he's eligible, but Scioscia wants him to get in some games to make sure his bruised left heel is healthy enough to handle shortstop.

• Third baseman Alberto Callaspo (right calf strain) is "still not quite where you'd want him to be," Scioscia said Tuesday, but added that "there's a probability he'll be ready over the weekend." Callaspo is eligible to come off the DL on Saturday. Callaspo and Aybar both worked out prior to Tuesday's game.

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