Randy Wolf had his best performance of the spring — and, by his own estimation, the longest spring-training start of his career. He threw six shutout innings, allowing only one hit, and he faced one batter over the minimum, erasing the hit he allowed by picking Joaquin Arias off first base and one of his two walks by getting Arias to GIDP to end the sixth inning. You may recall that Wolf gave up seven runs on 10 hits in four innings his last time out, including a three-run bomb to Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano. Since then, Randy made an ever-so-slight mechanical adjustment on his breaking pitches, getting his elbow just a little higher. “Pretty nice adjustment,” pitching coach Rick Honeycutt said after the game. Wolf also went 2 for 2 at the plate, with a two-run double. … Rafael Furcal had two hits, including a double up the leftfield line on a perfectly placed push bunt that somehow got enough loft on it to get past the third baseman and scoot up the line. … Jason Repko hit a three-run homer in his lone plate appearance, his first extra-base hit of the spring. … Andre Ethier went 0 forr 5 with two strikeouts. He is now hitting .188, with two extra-base hits in 48 ABs and three RBI. Torre had a talk with him yesterday about not putting too much pressure on himself, especially in spring training, and said Ethier was receptive to the advice. … Dodgers go to 13-11. At the Angels tomorrow.