No, not for an old-timers game. They are the latest additions to the minor-league coaching staff. Wallach will manage at Triple-A Alburquerque, a post that was vacated when Lorenzo Bundy accepted a position with the D-backs as big-league first-base job. Stubbs, who was a minor-league coach or manager with the Braves for the past 12 years, will be the hitting coach for high Single-A Inland Empire. … Check tomorrow’s paper for a story on the new spring-training facility and how it’s shaping up. I took a tour of the place today and even took some pictures (no, the newspaper business hasn’t gotten so lean that beat writers have to shoot their own photos, I VOLUNTEERED to do it), so I believe someone is posting those on the web site, as well. By the way, single-game tickets for spring training go on sale Saturday at 9 a.m. California time, and they aren’t all $90. In fact, you can’t even GET the $90 seats (those are only sold on a full season plan). You CAN, however, get an $8 ticket if you want to sit on the outfield berm, and you can even get a SEAT to a game for as little as $18 (baseline reserved). You can buy them through Ticketmaster, which you can link to through dodgers.com.