On a night when shortstop
The walk-off victory cut the Dodgers' magic number to five.
Still, after the game, there was concern about Ramirez. The Dodgers said their most dynamic hitter during the second half left the game for "precautionary reasons" because of mild left hamstring tightness.
Nick Punto came out at shortstop to start the seventh inning.
Ramirez had been running very gingerly Thursday, and appeared as though he was trying to protect something when he ran the past few days.
He spent a month on the disabled list with a left hamstring strain earlier this season.
The victory went to ex-Giant
The Dodgers thought they had won the game in the bottom of the seventh after
The Giants missed a prime scoring opportunity in the eighth when they loaded the bases with one out.
But Belisario induced Pence to bounce sharply to
The Giants, however, did tie it in the bottom of the ninth against closer
Jansen had converted his last 19 consecutive save opportunities.
Greinke went six innings for the Dodgers, holding the Giants' scoring to the Pence home run, a ball that just made it over the waist-high fence before the right-field foul pole.
Despite otherwise holding the Giants at bay, the right-hander labored. He walked two, gave up four hits and threw 107 pitches in his six innings.
After the Pence homer, the Dodgers tied the score in the bottom of the second off
Mark Ellis then just beat out the relay for a double play as Uribe scored to tie it 1-1.