The Los Angeles Dodgers completed a three-inning intrasquad game on Monday, which ended in a 0-0 tie.  Chris Reed and Dan Haren were the starters, each pitching a scoreless two innings. Paco Rodriguez and Jamey Wright served as relievers and both pitched the final inning for their respective team.

Yasiel Puig started the game in center field, perhaps giving Don Mattingly a look at another option there with Matt Kemp still recovering from off-season ankle injury.

Haren began the game by retiring the top of the lineup in order via the Dodgers Twitter account:

Outfielder Joc Pederson managed to provide a highlight as he robbed Andre Ethier of a home run, according to JP Hoornstra of the LA Daily News:

The game then turned to laughs when Adrian Gonzalez was picked off second base, reports Bill Plunkett of the OC Register


Prospect Chris Reed had a nice outing via Hoornstra:

Non-roster invitee Chone Figgins was doing some nice things via Eric Stephen of TrueBlueLA:

The game ends in a 0-0 tie and there weren’t many hits to go around via Plunkett:

The Dodgers will get to play an actual opponent on Wednesday when they begin their Cactus league schedule against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Here’s video of the two intrasquad games courtesy of the Dodgers:

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