"Eighty percent of success is showing up," Woody Allen said, and Manny Ramirez did just that. Although he's still in summer-training mode (0-for-3, 1 BB), the Dodgers seemed energized by his mere presence, batting around the order and scoring five runs off Chad Gaudin in the first inning. And when Joe Torre removed Manny in the sixth, Hiroki Kuroda wobbled, allowing the Padres to get within three runs. But the bully (Guillermo Mota, Ramon Troncoso, Brent Leach and Jonathan Broxton) was again bully and that's where the score stayed. Welcome back, Manny!