The Dodgers and White Sox do battle again on Sunday, but this time Los Angeles is the road team in Camleback Ranch. Zack Greinke and Hyun-jin Ryu, for whom the Dodgers paid a combined $208.7 million in the offseason, will both make their Dodgers debut on Sunday.
Greinke will start and is expected to pitch two innings and Ryu is expected to pitch one inning Sunday.
Yasiel Puig, who doubled in his Dodgers debut on Saturday, gets the start at designated hitter on Sunday for the Dodgers. As expected, Mark Ellis and Hanley Ramirez flip-flopped at the top of the order with Ellis leading off. Alex Castellanos and Jeremy Moore make their spring debuts on Sunday, starting in center field and left field, respectively.
Here are Sunday's starting lineups:
In addition to Greinke and Ryu, also slated to pitch for the Dodgers are Peter Moylan, Josh Wall, Matt Palmer, Steven Ames, and Juan Abreu.
A. Sanchez SS
Erik Johnson starts for Chicago.
During spring games, the Dodgers also list their scheduled reserves at each position, as the starters are expected to play only until they get two or in some cases three plate appearances. Here are the scheduled reserves for the Dodgers on Sunday: