Spring training in Tucson: Quite a show at Kino

Dodgers center fielder Matt Kemp signs autographs at Kino Stadium before belting a home run and driving in four runs in Los Angeles' victory.


Tomorrow's Los Angeles Dodgers-Chicago Cubs charity spring training game at Kino Stadium has officially sold out.

The proceeds from the game will benefit the Christina-Taylor Green Memorial Foundation. There were a few hundred tickets remaining as of this morning, but they are no longer available.

It's the third straight year the Dodgers have played a game in Tucson to benefit the foundation. Dodgers star Matt Kemp is expected to play in the game, as he has the previous two. Andre Ethier is also expected to play.

The Cubs will start right-hander Scott Feldman, a major league veteran, and the Dodgers will counter with prospect Stephen Fife.

First pitch is scheduled for 1:05 p.m. Gates will open 11:05 a.m.