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    GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Brandon Belt lofted a two-run homer and the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers quit after nine innings tied at 3-3 Saturday night.

    A brisk win helped Belt's homer clear the left-field fence.

    "I hit it pretty good, but I popped it up a little more than I thought," Belt said. "I'd rather get lucky and be 1 for 3 rather than be unlucky and be 0 for 3."

    Belt drove in all three Giants' runs. He hit a sacrifice fly to tie the game 3-3 in the eighth inning. He drove in Gregor Blanco, who had doubled.

    Blanco went 2 for 4 to raise his average to .444 and scored two runs.

    Luis Cruz belted a homer to left field that broke a 2-2 tie in the sixth for the Dodgers.

    Los Angeles starter Aaron Harang gave up seven hits and two runs, including Belt's homer, in four innings.

    "It's hard to judge because of the way the wind is blowing," Harang said. "You come out of a 2-1 game in those conditions. ... I felt good.

    "There are a few ballparks in the league where you'll get these kind of conditions. ... Fly balls are carrying or the wind is knocking them down. You get your pitches out of it, try to work on throwing strikes."

    Fielders such as Belt, a first baseman in the past who is learning left field, had the same sort of intrigue.

    "I'm just learning how to get my routes down and take good angles. You add the wind factor, and it makes it a lot tougher."

    Starter Brian Burres limited the Dodgers to one run and three hits in three innings.

    A sellout crowd of 13,655, a Cactus League record, attended in the breezy conditions. A storm approaching from the west threatens Cactus League games on Sunday, including a sellout at Camelback Ranch in which the Dodgers host the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

    "From what we've heard we'll be able to play," manager Don Mattingly said. "If we don't play, we'll hit in the cages and work out."

    The Dodgers had a chance to win the game in the bottom of the ninth.

    Josh Fields singled to open the inning, then Cruz sacrificed him to second. The Giants intentionally walked Jeff Baisley, then Matt Angle grounded out, advancing the runners.

    Then Matt Yourkin, who pitched three scoreless innings to lower his ERA to 2.25, struck out Justin Sellers to end the game.

    Dodgers infielder Ivan DeJesus Jr. injured his side while swinging. He will undergo tests, Mattingly said.

    "He's been looking great," Mattingly said of DeJesus, who has been stellar in the infield.

    NOTES: Don Newcombe, the Dodgers' special adviser to the chairman, threw out the ceremonial first pitch. Newcombe threw a strike. ... Vin Scully, who hadn't broadcast a game since Sept. 28, worked Saturday night's game for Dodgers' TV. Scully, who is entering his 63rd season as a Dodger broadcaster, said he needed some "batting practice." Scully, 84, is eliminating games in Colorado from his schedule this season "just to cut back a little bit more on the traveling." He will broadcast games in California and Arizona, more than 100 games in all. The first three innings will be simulcast on radio.

     
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    San Francisco Giants
    HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
    Gregor Blanco, CF4220012 .444
    Brandon Crawford, SS3000021 .348
        Joaquin Arias, SS1000001 .190
    Brandon Belt, LF3113010 .371
    Brett Pill, 1B4010010 .289
    Hector Sanchez, C3010001 .435
        Jackson Williams, C1000000 .000
    Emmanuel Burriss, 2B3010001 .414
        Nick Noonan, 2B1000000 .125
    Justin Christian, RF4010011 .286
    Conor Gillaspie, 3B3010001 .222
    Brian Burres, P1010000 .500
       a- Jarrett Parker, PH1000001 .000
        Andrew Kown, P0000000 .000
        Steve Edlefsen, P0000000 .000
       b- James Simmons, PH1000010 .000
        Matt Yourkin, P0000000 .000
    Totals3339307  
    a-flied out for Burres in the 4th
    b-struck out for Edlefsen in the 7th
    Batting
    2B - Gregor Blanco (2, Tolleson), Justin Christian (2, Harang)
    HR - Brandon Belt (3, Harang)
    SF - Brandon Belt (1)
    RBI - Brandon Belt 3 (6)
    SB - Gregor Blanco (7, 2nd base off Harang/Treanor)
    Team LOB - 4
    Fielding
    Outfield Assists - Brandon Belt 1
    DP - Burriss-Arias-Pill
    E - Conor Gillaspie (1, Throwing)
    San Francisco Giants
    PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
    Brian Burres 3311000 2.25
    Andrew Kown (BS,2) 2.2322231 4.15
    Steve Edlefsen 0.1000000 3.18
    Matt Yourkin 3200130 2.25
    IBB - Baisley by Matt Yourkin
    Pitches-Strikes - Brian Burres 15-14, Andrew Kown 25-17, Steve Edlefsen 1-1, Matt Yourkin 20-16
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Brian Burres 9-1, Andrew Kown 2-2, Matt Yourkin 5-0
    Batters Faced - Brian Burres 13, Andrew Kown 12, Steve Edlefsen 1, Matt Yourkin 11
    Los Angeles Dodgers
    HittersABRHRBIBBSOLOBAVG
    Justin Sellers, 3B-SS5110023 .318
    Ivan De Jesus Jr., 2B2000101 .261
       a- Lance Zawadzki, PH-2B1000000 .333
    Matt Kemp, CF3011001 .280
        Josh Bard, C1000010 .000
    Juan Rivera, LF3011003 .280
        Trent Oeltjen, LF1010000 .375
    Jerry Sands, RF3000111 .143
    James Loney, 1B3010001 .353
        Josh Fields, 1B1010000 .435
    Luis Cruz, SS-3B3111000 .286
    Matt Treanor, C3000011 .300
        Ronald Belisario, P0000000 .000
        Shawn Tolleson, P0000000 .000
        Ramon Troncoso, P0000000 .000
       b- Jeff Baisley, PH0000100 .214
    Aaron Harang, P1000001 .000
        Josh Lindblom, P0000000 .000
       c- Tim Federowicz, PH1110000 .214
        Jamey Wright, P0000000 .000
        Matt Angle, CF2000010 .250
    Totals3338336  
    a-grounded out for De Jesus in the 7th
    b-was walked intentionally for Troncoso in the 9th
    c-singled for Lindblom in the 5th
    Batting
    2B - Justin Sellers (2, Burres), Trent Oeltjen (2, Yourkin)
    HR - Luis Cruz (1, Kown)
    SH - Luis Cruz (1)
    RBI - Matt Kemp (5), Juan Rivera (7), Luis Cruz (4)
    2-OUT RBI - Matt Kemp (1), Juan Rivera (2), Luis Cruz (3)
    Team LOB - 7
    Fielding
    DP - Sellers-De Jesus-Loney, L. Cruz-Loney
    Los Angeles Dodgers
    PitchersIPHRERBBSOHRERA
    Aaron Harang 4722041 5.00
    Josh Lindblom 1000010 3.86
    Jamey Wright 1100000 3.60
    Ronald Belisario (H,1) 1000010 9.00
    Shawn Tolleson (BS,1) 1111000 9.00
    Ramon Troncoso 1000010 2.25
    Pitches-Strikes - Aaron Harang 27-26, Josh Lindblom 5-5, Jamey Wright 3-3, Ronald Belisario 5-5, Shawn Tolleson 4-4, Ramon Troncoso 5-5
    Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Aaron Harang 4-3, Josh Lindblom 2-0, Jamey Wright 2-0, Ronald Belisario 2-0, Shawn Tolleson 1-2, Ramon Troncoso 2-0
    Batters Faced - Aaron Harang 18, Josh Lindblom 3, Jamey Wright 3, Ronald Belisario 3, Shawn Tolleson 4, Ramon Troncoso 3
    Game Information
    Attendance - 13655
    Game Time - 2:57
    Temperature - 73
    Umpires - Home - Mike Muchlinski, First Base - Bob Davidson, Second Base - UMP Nonindividual, Third Base - Clint Fagan