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Posted Mar 24, 2012, 12:26 pm
More than 10,000 fans watched the Los Angeles Dodgers handle the Chicago White Sox 17-4 at Kino Stadium on Friday. The game was a benefit for the Christina-Taylor Green Memorial Foundation.
As a large banner bearing her Little League number 12 hung in center field, the Dodgers honored the slain nine-year-old, the daughter of Dodgers scout John Green, and grandaughter of ex-Phillies manager Dallas Green.
Green was one of six killed in the Jan. 8 attack last year.
Centerfielder Matt Kemp went 3 for 4, with a home run that sailed over the "12" banner to go with four RBIs and two runs scored.
Leadoff hitter Dee Gordon was 3 for 3, scoring three runs, with a stolen base and a triple in his stats for the day.