Worth noting

Adrian Gonzalez was back in the Dodgers' lineup on Friday night after leaving Thursday night's game with a bruised elbow. There was minor swelling after he was hit by a Hector Santiago fastball, but no lasting damage.

"It made my swing a little shorter," Gonzalez joked. "I felt pretty good in the cage."

On the other hand, Thursday's early departure allowed Gonzalez to watch the end of San Diego State's NCAA tournament loss to Arizona. Gonzalez, a San Diego native, committed to play baseball at SDSU before the then-Florida Marlins picked him first overall in the 2000 Draft.

Zach Lee replaced Stephen Fife as the Dodgers' starter Friday night against the Angels. Fife was ill and spent Thursday night throwing up, and Mattingly said the Dodgers decided they didn't need that in the clubhouse.

"The decision made was: Do you really want a guy throwing up in your clubhouse?" Mattingly said. "Next thing you know, you've got a whole club like that."

Scott Miller is a contributor to MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.