The Giants had some contrived pregame ceremony to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their move West, and they brought out a bunch of their old outfielders. There was a lot of pregame speculation about whether Barry Bonds was going to show up. Well, he did, and he actually stepped to the microphone in front of the pitcher’s mound, pointed to the Dodgers dugout and said something along the lines of how it felt weird not to be in uniform when the Dodgers were here. Then he said something like, “I beat you before and I WILL beat you again,” although that might not be the exact wording. Seemed to be implying that he’ll play in the majors again. … It is a beatiful night by the bay. I wish the Dodgers would play these 6 o’clock games on Saturdays, because it’s a perfect time of day. It’s a little chilly here, but not as much as it was last night. But there isn’t a cloud in the sky, and much of the field was bathed in early-evening sunlight as the game began.