Scott Kazmir (5-3, 4.52) vs. Junior Guerra (3-1, 3.31).
Here's the good news: the second-place Dodgers have won two in a row and stand a chance to win a third consecutive game for the first time since sweeping the Braves eons ago. The sub-.500 Brewers should be good fodder for a four-game series; this year, we've tended to play well against the sucky teams (Braves, Reds, Padres, Diamondbacks).
But here's the bad news: we're now six games back of the Giants, because the Brewers were swept up in San Francisco, causing us to lose ground as we played the Diamondbacks. Junior Guerra is no slouch, either; his 1.18 WHIP leads Brewers starters. So let's hope tonight we don't see Junior make mince meat out of our subpar bats (the Dodgers rank 14th in the NL for batting average).