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Capuano gets work in before rain halts LA's nightcap

Capuano gets work in before rain halts LA's nightcap play video for Capuano gets work in before rain halts LA's nightcap

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- After their day game against the Giants was rained out in the second inning on Friday, the Dodgers' night game against the Reds was stopped after four innings with the Dodgers leading, 3-1.

Chris Capuano, who was supposed to relieve Ted Lilly in the first game, instead started the second and allowed one run on one hit in four innings. Bronson Arroyo started for the Reds and allowed one run on one hit in three innings.

Dodgers prospect Scott Van Slyke doubled in two runs in the fourth inning off Curtis Partch.

Both teams scored in the first inning, with speedy leadoff hitters Billy Hamilton of the Reds and Dee Gordon of the Dodgers holding a track meet. Hamilton had an infield single, stole second, took third on catcher Ramon Castro's throwing error and scored on Ryan Ludwick's double.

Gordon doubled, stole third and scored on Elian Herrera's groundout.

Up next: Aaron Harang, whose last appearance was in a Minor League game, returns to regular Cactus League play Saturday when he starts at home against former Dodger Jon Garland and the Mariners. Harang was scouted by Milwaukee and Baltimore last time out and he seems to be the most likely candidate if the Dodgers trade a starting pitcher.

Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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