Rollins led off the sixth with a double, however the Dodgers were unable to capitalize and both teams went scoreless in the inning. Chris Heston’s second inning of work wasn’t as smooth as his first as the Dodgers began to rally in the seventh.
Adrian Gonzalez drew a leadoff walk and was pinch-run for by O’Koyea Dickson, who scored on Howie Kendrick’s double. With one out and Buck Britton standing on third base, Ethier’s RBI single pulled the Dodgers to within one run of the Giants.
Chris Hatcher threw a scoreless inning for the Dodgers, who tied the game in the eighth on Scott Van Slyke’s RBI single that followed Corey Seager’s double. Yimi Garica kept the game tied at 5-5 by getting all three batters he faced to fly out.
With Minor-Leaguer Mike Thomas in to pitch the ninth for the Dodgers, Daniel Carbonell reached on an infield single to leadoff the inning. After striking out Hicks, Thomas walked Parker to put the winning run in scoring position.
Guillermo Quiroz flied out to center and Arias grounded out to end the game with the score deadlocked at 5-5. The tie was the Dodgers’ second of the spring and first for the Giants this year, who are now without a win in their last four games.
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