After the Dodgers put together a stirring rally in the ninth to tie it and just missed winning it when Brewers 2B Ray Durham ran down Casey Blake’s blooper in shallow right field to end the inning with the bases loaded, Jonathan Broxton issued a two-out walk to Durham in the 10th that would end up costing the Dodgers the game. Durham stole second and came home on J.J. Hardy’s single, and although the Dodgers got two men on for Kent and Ramirez in the 10th, neither one of them came through. Dodgers fall to 63-60, snapping a seven-game winning streak at home. They also fall a game behind the Snakes. … By the way, I’m guessing this was a Charles Steinberg decision, but the Dodgers added two musical touches tonight that anyone who grew up in the ’70s and ’80s (that would be me) can’t help but love. First, with the team trailing in the ninth, they played Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing. Played it through the entire break before the inning started, then played snippets of it every time a batter reached base. OUTSTANDING!!! The second one actually began the last time the Dodgers lost a home game, but it was so long ago that I had forgotten about it. Anyway, they have replaced that canned recording of Nancy Bea playing Tomorrow, from the musical Annie (yes, it’s a canned recording, Nancy Bea is long gone by the ninth inning). They now play Fleetwood Mac’s Don’t Stop. I love Nancy Bea, and I love organ music at the ballpark. But I LOVE Journey and Fleetwood Mac, two of the greatest bands that ever lived IMHO. And even if you disagree, I think you have to admit that either one is better than Go Dodgers Go or The Dodgers are the Heart of L.A. or any of that other postgame noise pollution they play here every night.