GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Melky Cabrera homered twice and Brett Pill also homered as the Giants coasted to an 8-4 win in the Dodgers' spring home opener Tuesday.
Barry Zito got the win for the Giants, despite allowing two runs in two-plus innings. Dodgers starter Ted Lilly was roughed up for five runs on six hits in two innings for the loss.
"Everything was definitely sharper," said Zito.
Dodgers right fielder Andre Ethier slugged his first home run since September right knee surgery leading off the second inning.
Emmanuel Burriss doubled and scored in each of the first two innings for the Giants and drove in a run. Cabrera, Burriss, Nate Schierholtz and Pill had two hits each at the top of the order.
"I wasn't throwing strikes with my fastball," said Lilly.
The game marked the first appearance in a Dodgers game since 2010 for reliever Ronald Belisario, who pitched a scoreless inning. Belisario missed 2011 with visa and substance issues and must serve a 25-game suspension for violating Major League Baseball's drug policy.
Dodgers up next: Aaron Harang gives his tender right foot a test in his exhibition debut for the Dodgers on Wednesday as he will start against Oakland in Phoenix. Harang, who missed a month last season with a stress reaction in the foot, irritated it early in camp using new shoes and new orthotics. He said it doesn't bother him pitching but it might impact fielding. Relievers Javy Guerra and Kenley Jansen also will pitch. Manager Don Mattingly said the only starting position players making the trip will be first baseman James Loney and catcher A.J. Ellis.
Giants up next: Tim Lincecum will face another National League West foe when he makes his second exhibition start Wednesday against Colorado. Lincecum worked two innings last Saturday against Arizona in the Giants' Cactus League opener.
Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.