Spring Training Preview: Dodgers Return To Cactus League Play And Host Hanley Ramirez, Indians
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After an off-day on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers return to action at Camelback Ranch and take on the Cleveland Indians for the second time in less than a week.

The two teams last faced off on Friday, with the Indians defeating the Dodgers by a final score of 5-4. Rich Hill makes his third appearance of Cactus League play and looks to build off an impressive start to his spring.

In two starts thus far, Hill has yet to allow an earned run over 3.1 innings pitched. He is 1-0 with a 0.60 WHIP and has additionally accumulated three strikeouts.

Hill thrived in his last outing against the Colorado Rockies, logging 2.1 innings of work while yielding two hits, two unearned runs and recording two strikeouts.

The Indians counter with Mike Clevinger, who makes his first Cactus League start of the year. The right-hander is coming off a successful season in 2018, to which he went 13-8 with a 3.02 ERA, 3.52 FIP, 1.16 WHIP and 207 strikeouts across 200 innings pitched (32 starts).

In the lineup for the Indians is former Dodger Hanley Ramirez, who signed a Minor League contract with Cleveland this offseason. This spring is a big one for Ramirez as he tries to prove he is still capable of being a big league player and making the Opening Day roster.

Dodgers lineup:

LF: Joc Pederson
1B: Max Muncy
3B: David Freese
RF: Cody Bellinger
SS: Chris Taylor
2B: Kiké Hernández
CF: Alex Verdugo
DH: Edwin Rios
C: Rocky Gale

Indians lineup:

LF: Jake Bauers
RF: Tyler Naquin
3B: Jose Ramirez
1B: Carlos Santana
DH: Hanley Ramirez
C: Kevin Plawecki
CF: Greg Allen
SS: Eric Stamets
2B: Ernie Clement