THE GAME: The Dodgers had 17 hits, including five doubles and four home runs, in a 13-7 win over the Chicago White Sox at Camelback Ranch on Saturday afternoon.
PITCHING REPORT: Right-hander Kenta Maeda held the White Sox to two hits in the first four scoreless innings. He gave up a run on three hits in the fifth inning before ending his day after pitching 4 1/3. … Reliever Chris Hatcher retired just two of the six batters he faced in the seventh, allowing three singles and walking a batter. All four came around to score but only one run was earned thanks to a throwing error by Darnell Sweeney at shortstop. Hatcher’s spring ERA is 10.50.
HITTING REPORT: Andre Ethier started and played left field for the first time since March 6. He went 2 for 2 with a single and an RBI double. Even with the time out of game action due to a sore hip, Ethier is 6 for 12 with six walks in Cactus League games. … In his first at-bat back with the Dodgers after competing in the World Baseball Classic, Rob Segedin hit a home run. He added a two-run double later in the game. Between the Dodgers and Team Italy this spring, Segedin is 11 for 29 (.379) with four doubles and three home runs this spring. … Bobby Wilson, Brett Eibner and O’Koyea Dickson had the Dodgers’ other home runs. … Chase Utley was on base three times (a walk, single and RBI double) and scored all three times.
ALSO: Left-hander Rich Hill will pitch on the minor-league side Sunday instead of in the game against Team Japan. Right-hander Brandon McCarthy is scheduled to pitch Monday and left-hander Hyun-Jin Ryu on Tuesday. Left-hander Julio Urias is also scheduled to pitch on Monday either in the Cactus League game or in a minor-league game.
UP NEXT: WBC semifinalist Team Japan will play the Dodgers (RHP Trevor Oaks) at Camelback Ranch, 1 p.m. No TV or radio.