The Dodgers were down 5-0 through three frames and it was looking bleak, not just for Chad Billingsley (who only lasted 4.0 IP and gave up all five runs, 3 ER, with 3 BB and 3 Ks in the no-decision), but for the Dodgers, winners of four in a row. Barndon Beachy of the Braves was coasting...
....and then, the suddenly plucky Dodgers rallied, scoring two in the fourth off a Juan Rivera bases-loaded single, then one in the sixth off another Rivera single, before blowing it open with five in the seventh on a ten-batter inning. The Dodgers in the seventh beat Arodys Vizcaino to a bloody pulp (0.1 IP, 4 H, 5 ER, 2 BB, 1 K), and if not for Rod Barajas (who accounted for all three outs in the inning, striking out to open it and GIDPing to close it), the Dodgers would still be out there, scoring runs. Credit James Loney for a bases-clearing double to right, an IBB to Matt Kemp and an Andre Ethier single that scored Loney and Kemp for the high five (runs).
Oh, and credit Justin Sellers and Dee Gordon for turning a sweet double play in th ebottom of the seventh inning. Highlight is here since mlb.com won't let me embed it.
And while you're at it, credit all you guys for a spontaneous INXS-themed GameThread. Cool. Now someone get that rope untied from around Josh S.' neck. (And put some clothes on him, for pete's sake!)