Dodgers start Randy Wolf (0-0) vs. Chris Capuano (0-0).
Dodgers: 0-1 (T-4th and last place, NL West)
Brewers: 1-0 (T-1st, NL Central)
From dodgers.com, the scouting report on the starters:
Dodgers: Wolf has been more impressive this spring than he was last year coming off elbow surgery. He said he's completely healthy, and he's pitched like it. Wolf is 1-0 with a 2.77 ERA in his last two starts at Miller Park.
Brewers: The left-hander was an All-Star last season but is looking to bounce back from a dismal second half in which he went 1-8 with a 5.17 ERA. He struggled a bit to find a comfortable pace in Spring Training, and tends to work very slowly with runners on base, partly because he throws over to first base a lot with the best pickoff move in the National League. Capuano has had success against Los Angeles, going 2-2 against the Dodgers with a 2.61 ERA in seven games.
- As posted yesterday, Matt Kemp will start in right field for Andre Ethier against Milwaukee left-hander Chris Capuano. Kemp was 3-for-7 in Miller Park last year and 2-for-3 with a triple against Capuano. Ethier went 0-for-2 yesterday.
- Ramon Martinez will start at shortstop in place of the injured Rafael Furcal. Martinez also went 0-for-2 yesterday.
- Juan Pierre, Russell Martin, Luis Gonzalez, Nomar Garciaparra, and Wilson Betemit all have not gotten a hit yet this year.
The (belated) lineup: Pierre, Martin, Garciaparra, Kent, Gonzalez, Kemp, Betemit, Martinez, Wolf