Dodgers starter Aaron Sele, a non-roster invite to camp, gave up
his first two runs of the spring in the third inning. Closer Eric
Gagne, recovering from offseason elbow surgery, pitched one
Dodgers catcher Dioner Navarro is expected to miss up to two
weeks because of a hamstring he strained Wednesday.
"It's better than they thought it was going to be and a lot
better than I expected," Navarro said. "It's looking good for one
week. But, I'll just do what they say and see how it goes."
Navarro, who is expected to start on opening day, injured
himself while running out a ground ball.
"We have some concern for Navarro," Dodgers manager Grady
Little said. "They're saying 10-to-14 days."