He lashed a run-scoring double in the top of the fifth, and bombed a two-run homer in the seventh to drive in three Dodger runs.
Ramirez will have a tougher time against last year's Cy Young winner, Tim Lincecum, in tomorrow's game against the Giants. Today, though, he looked like he was swinging batting practice today against Joe Martinez.
L.A. throttled the Giants, winning 9-1. Ramirez went 2-for-3, and was intentionally walked twice, with the double and the towering home run.
Ramirez quieted media talk of a slump, because he had no trouble in tonight’s game.
Randy Wolf kept the Giants to just three hits through the eighth. He absolutely dominated the mound in getting his sixth win of the year. Wolf gave up one run, the only run the Giants would score all game.
The Giants are still looking for some offensive power, only getting four hits all game. If the Giants have any hope of making the wild card, they need someone to step up offensively quicky.
Dodgers have a chance for a series sweep, if they can continue this momentum into tomorrow’s game, 12:45 at AT&T Park. This would be a good sign for L.A. fans, after having a rough time the last couple of series.