So far, for the Dodgers, this series has been long on style — two days of Manny hype — and short on substance. The two games were virtually identical, with the Dodgers scoring once in the sixth to take the lead, and the Diamondbacks scoring twice in the seventh to go on top for good. One day into his two-month stint with the Dodgers, Manny being Manny means going 2 for 4 with two singles and grounding into a double play in the bottom of the ninth. It was obvious from his first swing of that at-bat, when he practically came out of the box missing a pitch from Brandon Lyon, that he was trying for a walkoff, two-run homer. He didn’t get it. The Dodgers have now lost the first two games of this series, leaving them with no chance to emerge with the division lead. They have also put themselves in a position where they almost have to win the next two in order to give themselves a decent chance of catching the Snakes, who now lead them by three games. Oh, and the boys are below .500 yet again at 54-55.