Well, six games into the second half, the offense has officially returned to its first-half form. Proving once again that you can never hide a player when he is struggling, the game found Andruw Jones in the eighth inning, when the Dodgers had the tying runs on second and third and one out. If you didn’t see it, I’ll give you one guess as to what the result was. Put it this way, it was the same result that Andruw has now gotten 29 times in 51 at-bats this season with runners in scoring position — and it wasn’t a hit, because that has only happened four times in those 51 ABs. Meanwhile, the Dodgers are still waiting for one of their starting pitchers to give them a quality start, something that didn’t happen once on this trip. Kuroda became the first one to go six, but he gave up five earned runs on nine hits. … Dodgers fall to 49-52. Snakes play later, but does it really even matter anymore?