The spring-training version of the show, which will run nightly from 6:30-7 Los Angeles time, debuts on KABC tomorrow night, according to Josh Suchon, the show’s new host. It will discontinue when the team leaves for China next Tuesday. … Long day today, Day-night doubleheader with the Nats, the first one in Viera and the second one in Vero. Frank McCourt is expected for his annual spring-training presser with the writers in just a few minutes, so there should be news on Glendale and possibly on construction at Dodger Stadium, which I’m told is basically complete. One thing you will notice if you come to the park this year is that the lighting has been upgraded and is now 50 percent brighter. It is also, allegedly, more directly focused onto the field, so you might not see the bright halo above Chavez Ravine anymore if you happen to be driving up the 110 or the 5 on a game night. And, the added brightness notwithstanding, the bill for the lighting is actually expected to go DOWN. Kudos to whoever came up with that plan.