Chad Billingsley was solid, walking the first batter of the game but retiring the next six in order to finish off two shutout innings. Shawn Estes followed, and in the same ballpark where he got rocked for seven runs (five earned) in 1 1/3 innings on Friday, he pitched two shutout innings, allowing three hits with no walks. Mitch Jones homered for the third time in his past four games (he had a double in the other games). He also homered in yesterday’s B game, but that one didn’t count. Blake DeWitt went 2 for 3 with a double, a two-run homer and two runs scored. He also played six innings at SS and got a couple more balls hit his way today than he did on Saturday. Overall, he was fine, but he did turn a double play into a single play by bobbling the ball. Torre said after the game he just got in too big of a hurry to turn two. Joe remained non-committal on whether DeWitt could get enough at-bats as a utility guy to justify keeping him in the majors. Dodgers improve to 3-3. Versus the Giants tomorrow.