GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Dodgers and Angels deadlocked, 1-1, on Sunday in a game rained out after 5 1/2 innings at a chilly Camelback Ranch.The Angels scored in the first inning on singles by Kole Calhoun and Albert Pujols and a sacrifice fly by Mark Trumbo off Dodgers starter Chris Capuano, who retired the final 11 batters he faced. Capuano allowed two hits and struck out three without a walk. The Dodgers tied the game in the fifth. Dan Haren was perfect through four innings, then allowed a double to former Angels infielder Adam Kennedy leading off the fifth. Juan Uribe followed with a bloop single to center that scored Kennedy before Uribe was thrown out after venturing too far off first base.
Mike MacDougal retired the Angels in order in the top of the sixth inning, after which umpires had the grounds crew cover the infield as hail and rain fell."[The weather was] uncomfortable for everybody, same for both teams," Haren said, "but I think both teams were fortunate to have their starters [pitch]. That's the most important thing, the starting pitcher getting their work in, because you get pushed back a day and it messes things up at this point."
Up next, Angels: Four days after taking a comebacker to his throwing shoulder, Ervin Santana will make his regular turn against the Rockies on MLB.TV at 1:10 p.m. PT on Monday. A line drive off the bat of White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez forced Santana to exit Wednesday's start in the second inning, but the right-hander got through his between-starts throwing with no problems and -- minus a colorful bruise -- said he felt fine Sunday morning.
LaTroy Hawkins and Trevor Bell are also slated to throw for the Angels at Salt River Fields, with righty Juan Nicasio starting for Colorado.
Up next, Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw will make his second consecutive start at Goodyear at 1:05 p.m. PT on Monday, this time against the Cleveland Indians. Following Kershaw will be back-end relievers Javy Guerra, Kenley Jansen and Scott Elbert, as well as impressive non-roster lefty Scott Rice.
The Cactus League matchup with be available on MLB.TV and MLB Network.
Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.