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Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Dodgers hosted the Chicago White Sox Tuesday afternoon in their final game at Camelback Ranch. Left-hander Carlos Rodon, who is the top prospect in the White Sox organization, started the game and breezed through the Dodgers lineup in the first four innings.

With the Dodgers trailing 2-0 in the top of the fifth, Chris Heisey stepped to the plate and with one swing of the bat he cut the Dodgers deficit in half. He took a 1-1 slider and launched it to deep left field, well over the wall:

Heisey is fighting to make the Major League roster, after the Dodgers acquired him in December. With the current logjam in the outfield, he is facing an uphill battle to make the club. It does not help that he came into Tuesday’s game batting just .095 this spring (4-for-42).

Dodgers 2015 Spring Training – Chris Heisey

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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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