After striking out the first two hitters of the sixth, McCarthy gave up a triple to Elvis Andrus. That marked the end of McCarthy’s day. He threw 5.2 innings, gave up seven hits and three runs. Joel Peralta came in and got a ground out to end the inning without giving up a run.
After the Dodgers were unable to score in the bottom of the sixth, Peralta gave up a lead off double to Thomas Fields. Fields later scored on a ground out, and the Dodgers lead was cut to 7-4 midway through seven.
After Cody Bellinger tripled to lead off the bottom of the seventh, Matt Carson hit a one-out single to score him. With two out Britton doubled home Carson. Devan Ahart then singled Britton home and the Dodgers led 10-4 after seven.
J.P. Howell took over for the Dodgers in the top of the eighth. He gave up a two-out home run to Mitch Moreland to cut the deficit to 10-5. The offense failed to get anything going in the bottom half.
In the top of the ninth, Chris Hatcher took over to close out the game. He worked around an infield single to get the Dodgers the victory.
Dodgers 2015 Spring Training – Chris Heisey