And from the L.A. Times:
Brad Penny started for the Dodgers and used his two-inning stint to work on off-speed pitches, throwing, by his estimate, 15 changeups as well as an assortment of breaking balls. As a result he seemed unconcerned about giving up six runs and seven hits, including a towering two-run home run by Chris Duncan.
"If it happened in April ... I'd probably want to shoot myself," Penny said. "But you've just got to go out there and work on stuff. It was positive because I threw a lot of changeups and I felt good."