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Brett Anderson made his third start of the Spring on Thursday when the Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the crosstown rival Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

While Anderson had a rough start, giving up seven hits in 1.2 innings pitched, the Dodgers offense backed him up. Off left-hander Andrew Heaney, the Dodgers offense exploded for five consecutive hits and five runs in the bottom of the second inning.

One of the hits was a three-run homer to left field by Alex Guerrero. The utility infielder, who is battling for a spot on the Major League roster, came into the game batting .409 this Spring in 22 at-bats.

This three-run homer highlighted a five-run second inning for the Dodgers:

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Daniel Starkand is a senior at Chapman University majoring in journalism and minoring in broadcast journalism. He grew up in Burbank, CA. He played baseball at Burbank High and his first year at Chapman. He also writes for The Panther newspaper.

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