He has a sprained left knee and is day to day. He’s going to try some activities on the field in the morning and see how it responds, but he got good news from the MRI. Even if he doesn’t play tomorrow, he won’t miss significant time. … Dodgers couldn’t do much with Ted Lilly tonight, and that was pretty much the story. They fall to 73-66 and drop four back in the division while remaining three back in the wild card. Tomorrow’s game is a good pitching matchup. Taking three of four from a first-place club on the road would be HUGE for this club’s outlook and morale. Given that pretty much every game is big from here on out, the argument can be made that this will be the biggest one of the season thus far — to be surpassed only by the one that follows it, and so on and so forth. … By the way, scratch what I said earlier about Wrigley being better than Dodger Stadium. They have this silly song that they sing now when the Cubs win. Pretty well wipes out everything about the place that is good.