Lilly gets only 1 inning as Dodgers-Giants get cancelled because of bad weather
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – The Dodgers-Giants game was cancelled because inclement weather in the bottom of the second inning with Los Angeles leading 4-0.
Ted Lilly, coming off a season mostly ruined by a shoulder injury, started for the Dodgers. He says he might pitch again in four days.
Giants starter Barry Zito gave up three runs on four hits in his one inning of work. All the runs scored with two outs.
San Francisco manager Bruce Bochy expressed concern about closer Sergio Romo, who threw 26 pitches in Team Mexico's 6-5 loss to Italy in an opening round game of the World Baseball Classic on Thursday night. Because Romo did not reach 30 pitches, he was eligible to pitch again Friday.