The boys blew a five-run lead in the late innings, but Andruw Jones went 3 for 4 with a double, a two-run homer and a stolen base. Chan Ho Park pitched three solid innings, shutting out the D-backs on two hits. Problem is, he actually pitched FOUR innings, and the fourth one wasn’t too good. He gave up back-to-back, one-out walks, then a three-run bomb to Chris Snyder, the first earned runs Park has allowed all spring. Snyder hit another three-run jack later in the game, and Rudy Seanez’s gopher ball to Justin Upton turned an 8-7 lead into a 9-8 deficit. Dodgers fall to 9-14-2 for the spring. Home against the Angels tomorrow.