Final chapter: Rudy Seanez retired the Marlins in order in the eighth inning of the home game, all on ground balls. The non-roster right-hander has set down 12 of the 13batters he has faced this spring. But his chance of making the club probably hinges on the Dodgers trading another veteran reliever before the end of camp. Seanez made his big-league debut in 1989. He now says he is “99.99 percent sure,” he will retire if he doesn’t make the club. “I won’t say never,” Seanez said. “But it would have to be an awfully, awfully good situation for me and my family to say I would play. I love to compete, and I still love the pitching, but there comes a time when you have to leave. “I hope I get to stay for a while longer. But I could go the whole spring without giving up a run, and they still might tell me: `Sorry, this is the situation and the direction we want to go.”‘ Seanez, 38, said he is too old to pitch in Triple-A. He also said he doesn’t want to take a Triple-A roster spot and force a deserving pitcher to go to Double-A. [email protected] (818) 713-3675 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Repko went 2 for 5 with twodoubles, raising his spring average to .333. The injury occurred when Paul Hoover hit a fly ball into the gap and Repko went racing after it. Repko made a spectacular diving catch, but that wasn’t the cause of the injury. He said he felt something in his leg a couple of steps before he went airborne. “It tightened up,” he said. “It wasn’t so much a dive as I just kind of fell.” Repko is day-to-day and cautiously optimistic. His spot on the Opening Day roster is basically a lock if he is healthy, and there doesn’t seem to be an opening for any of the outfielders trying to make the club out of spring training. But a prolonged injury to Repko could open that door for someone. One possible beneficiary could be non-roster veteran Larry Bigbie, who came back to earth, going 0 for 4 without hitting a ball out of the infield. That left his average at a still-impressive .391, but Bigbie is 4 for 18 since getting hits in his first five at-bats. Repko, who played well enough to make the club out of nowhere two springs ago and essentially has been in the majors ever since, is noted for his gritty style of outfield play. Last May 9 at Dodger Stadium, while trying to make a leaping catch of an uncatchable home-run ball at the center-field wall, Repko sprained his left ankle so severely that he missed 67games. VERO BEACH, Fla. – The Dodgers got another injury scare Saturday when Jason Repko, slated to be the club’s fourth outfielder, strained his right groin making a diving catch in a split-squad game against the Florida Marlins in Jupiter, Fla. Repko immediately returned to Dodgertown, where he received treatment and a prognosis that initially was favorable. “It’s not nearly as bad as I thought,” Repko said. “It’s not high, so that’s a positive. It’s in the middle of the quad. We’ll know a little more (today), once it kind of settles down a little bit, and go from there.” The Dodgers won that game 5-2, but lost to the rest of the Marlins 8-5 at Holman Stadium.