ON THE MOUND: Brandon League pitched his first game and looked as he did last year in the first season of his three-year, $22.5-million contract. Entering as a third-inning replacement for Clayton Kershaw, League allowed two inherited runners to score. He was also charged with two runs of his own. "It's the first game of the spring," said Manager Don Mattingly. "It's the first time out. We have to start over and go to work and that's what we're doing." Rule 5 draft pick Seth Rosin continued to impress, striking out three over three scoreless innings.