Yes, Brian Falkenborg gave up a home run to Hanley Ramirez in the 11th, but it shouldn’t have come to that. And besides, Ramirez is one of the hottest hitters in baseball — his winning blast capped his first career five-hit game. On a night when the Dodgers battled back from 3-0 to tie, then battled back from 4-3 to tie but somehow never led, they left what would have been the winning run in scoring position in the seventh, eighth and 10th innings. After going 3 for 3 with RISP, all in the third inning, they went 0 for 5 thereafter. And that is why they missed yet another chance to reach .500 for what would have been the first time in six weeks and again fell out of their tie for first place. They are now 45-47.