Randy Wolf pitched three shutout innings, allowing one hit, and has not pitched five shutout innings for the spring. The fact he is left-handed probably rules him out as opening-day starter because one would imagine Torre will stagger the righties/lefties. … Jeff Weaver pitched two shutout innings and has now pitched three shutout innings for the spring, but Torre said he still isn’t quite ready to think of the Weave as a starting candidate. Still, the fact he pitched two innings is a clear indication Joe isn’t ready to rule him out for that, either. … Doug Mientkiewicz went 1 for 3 with his second home run in nine at-bats this spring, also driving in a run with a bases-loaded, fielder’s choice grounder in the first inning. And, playing first base, he made a diving catch of a foul pop by Bobby Scales in the sixth inning. … Brian Mazone, a non-roster guy who could be a candidate for that situational lefty role the club is seeking to fill, came on with two outs and the tying run in scoring position in the bottom of the ninth and struck out Brad Snyder to end the game. … Dodgers go to 5-4 for the spring. Versus the Mariners tomorrow. … By the way, one of you asked about Jason Schmidt. He’s fine. He pitched two “innings” of live batting practice yesterday — that means faced a few hitters, sat down, got up and faced a few more hitters. He is taking his regular turns. They just aren’t in Cactus League games yet.