Gordon and Guerrero are the two leading candidates for the Dodgers' opening at second base, but manager Don Mattingly said the switch had nothing to do with the competition.
"We make those lineups so far out, as you get to them you're kind of adjusting all the time," Mattingly said.
Mattingly said Gordon was available to play in an intrasquad game at Camelback Ranch, but it wasn't a requirement.
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