Hiroki Kuroda (4-6, 3.73) vs. Jorge Campillo (3-3, 2.99).
COMMENTS: Okay, Dodgers, first place is on the line and this time, it's all you. With Arizona idle before they open their series against the pesky Nats, the Dodgers will only have themselves to blame if they can't achieve first place in the NL West, beating the Braves tonight to ascend to a one-game-under-.500 record. Three consecutive series victories, for the first time in two months, should give the Dodgers momentum as they return home for their final pre-break homestand. However, we haven't beaten Atlanta all year long, and Chipper Jones is still hot (3-for-5 with a HR and 2 RBI yesterday). As hot as James Loney (three runs including the game-breaking dagger of a double yesterday, scoring two)? Or as hot as Andre Ethier (11 hits, 7 RBI in his last five games (with at least one RBI in each game))? We'll see.