Dodgers 5, Reds 4 (it's over)
Rafael Furcal hit a home run off Victor Santos in the 11th to lift the Dodgers to 5-4 lead. Takashi Saito saved it.
The Reds had leads of the 3-2 and 4-3 in this one. But Eddie Guardado and Jared Burton blew saves.
Norris Hopper singled with two outs in the seventh. Jeff Keppinger singled on a hit-and-run, sending Hopper to third. Joe Beimel came into face Ken Griffey Jr. He was called for a balk. Griffey ended up striking out.
But Burton gave up a run in the eighth. It was the second blown save of the day for the Reds.
Guardado gave a run in his season debut in the Dodgers' seventh to make it 3-3.
Guardado's blown save cost Phil Dumatrait his first career win. Dumatrait was very good after a shaky start: 6 IP, 7 hits, 2 runs, 2 BB, 3 Ks.
The Dodgers broke their streak of scoreless innings at 28 by scoring one in the first inning. That was a mini-triumph for Dumatrait. It was bases loaded, no outs. Jeff Kent hit a sac fly, then Matt Kemp hit into a 6-4-3 double play. It was the first lead they had in six games.
The Reds tied it in their half of the first. Brandon Phillips got the run home on a groundout.
But Dumatrait gave up another run in the second -- on another sac fly -- to make it 2-1.
Those fireworks you heard came after Alex Gonzalez's two-run home run, which gave the Reds a 3-2 lead in the second.
Dumatrait put up zeros in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth after the Reds got him the lead.