A big win for the boys in advance of the home opener. Randy Wolf went seven-plus, allowing only a run on two hits on a day when he said he didn’t really have his fastball and had to rely almost entirely on offspeed stuff. One of the two hits he gave up was a first-inning double by Felipe Lopez after Wolf appeared to have struck him out with a 2-2 pitch, only to have plate umpire Larry Vanover called it ball three. Hong-Chih Kuo and Jonathan Broxton were an outstanding eighth inning-ninth inning punch to close it out. James Loney had another big day, going 2 for 4 with an RBI single to raise his average to .270. Now that the game is over, though, all anyone seems to want to talk about is that first run the Dodgers scored on that weird play. … It was a big weekend for recent Dodgers’ high draft picks. On Saturday, 2008 first-rounder Ethan Martin gave up two hits over five innings for low Single-A Great Lakes, and 2008 second-rounder Josh Lindblom allowed a run on five hits over five innings, striking out six, for Double-A Chattanooga. Today, 2007 first-rounder Chris Withrow pitched five no-hit innings for high Single-A Inland Empire against Rancho Cucamonga. … Dodgers will bring a 4-3 record into their home opener. They are in second place alone in the N.L. West, one game behind the Pods.