GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) Matt Davidson's second home run of Tuesday's game came in the bottom of the ninth, lifting the Chicago White Sox to an 8-6 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Jason Coats also homered for Chicago, and the Dodgers hit four homers, including Rob Segedin's tying solo shot to lead off the ninth against Jake Petricka. But Davidson connected off Jamey Wright after Travis Ishikawa's double to win it.
The Dodgers committed four errors. Adrian Gonzalez misplayed a popup for a two-base error that led to the first runs of the spring against pitcher Kenta Maeda. Chase Utley made a pair of errors at third base and Austin Barnes committed the other at second.
Andre Ethier, Enrique Hernandez and Barnes also homered for Los Angeles. The first two came against White Sox starter Jose Quintana.
Before the game, veteran Adam LaRoche told the White Sox clubhouse that he plans to retire.