The Dodgers have one more game in Arizona scheduled, but the travel roster for Wednesday's game against the Royals in Surprise is quite light. Many regulars will head back to Los Angeles after today's game.
Some pitchers will remain behind to throw on Wednesday before leaving for home.
"We're going to be really light here tomorrow," manager Don Mattingly said. "I didn't see any reason to have a 30-minute workout."
Joe Wieland starts Tuesday for the Dodgers, and will be followed by four relief pitchers vying to make the roster, all likely to pitch an inning against Chicago. Juan Nicasio, Yimi Garcia, David Aardsma and Sergio Santos are all scheduled to pitch against the White Sox, including Aardsma on back-to-back days.
Mattingly specifically named Santos, Aardsma and David Huff as pitchers who will be with the team for the Freeway Series, though it should be noted those were the only three he was asked about.
Top prospect and No. 3 overall draft pick last year Carlos Rondon starts for the White Sox.
One of the Dodgers staying until Wednesday is Zack Greinke, who will pitch in a minor league game on the back fields at Camelback Ranch. The Dodgers will setup an early intrasquad game for Greinke to pitch in before the team boards the bus for Surprise.