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03/19/11 7:48 PM ET

Kuroda proves hittable, but Dodgers rally for tie

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Randy Wolf pitched 5 2/3 effective innings against his former team and Edwin Maysonet and Chris Dickerson drove in two runs each before the Dodgers rallied in the ninth for a 6-6 tie in 10 innings on Saturday.

Wolf allowed two runs on five hits while out-pitching Dodgers starter Hiroki Kuroda, who was charged with three runs on nine hits in 5 2/3 innings.

Wil Nieves and Brandon Boggs also drove in a run each for the Brewers, while Tony Gwynn and Aaron Miles both drove in a run for the Dodgers.

Milwaukee scored its fourth run off Ramon Troncoso, the first Dodgers reliever pitching on back-to-back days.

The Brewers scored two more runs in the seventh inning off Travis Schlichting, on a Dickerson double. The Dodgers scored three runs in the eighth after Milwaukee reliever Mark DiFelice exited after one batter when he was hit by a liner off the bat of Trent Oeltjen. Juan Castro drove in Miles to tie up the game in the ninth.

Up next for the Brewers: The Brewers start a stretch of three straight home games when they host the Reds at Maryvale Park on Sunday at 3:05 p.m. CT. Left-hander Chris Narveson takes the hill for his fifth appearance of the spring. Narveson has a 3.65 ERA over 12 1/3 innings, and looks to continue building momentum and stamina.

Up next for the Dodgers: The battle to fill in for injured fifth starter Jon Garland resumes Sunday, when John Ely starts for the Dodgers against his former team, the White Sox at 1:05 p.m. PT. Ely has resumed attacking the strike zone the way he did after his surprise callup last April. Closer Jonathan Broxton follows Ely with another important appearance as he tries to rebound from a bad second half. Matt Guerrier and Mike MacDougal follow Broxton. Guerrier has a three-year contract while MacDougal is a hard-throwing non-roster invitee who will likely make the roster.

Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.