Chad Billingsley pitched his second career complete game and first career shutout, and the Dodgers shut out their opponents for the fourth time in the past five games and the 10th time this season, tops in the National League. Now, it’s on to the showdown, a four-game set with the Snakes beginning tomorrow night. The Dodgers go to 54-53, their first time above .500 since May 27, when they were 26-25. They still trail the Snakes by one game, and that will absolutely, positively change, one way or the other, tomorrow night. … Matt Kemp extended his hitting streak to 17 games, longest by a Dodgers player since Nomar’s 22-gamer June 16-July 13, 2006. … Billingsley is now 7-2 with a 2.60 ERA over his past nine starts.