Randy Johnson had never lost in 11 career starts at Dodger Stadium — until today. This guy isn’t the same pitcher. I mean, obviously, he isn’t the same pitcher at 45 that he was at 35. But he isn’t even really the same TYPE of pitcher, and he is hardly intimidating anymore. And there seems to be an inability to minimize damage. The Dodgers scored all but one of their seven runs against him with two out. The Big Unit came into this one 7-0 with a 2.06 ERA at Chavez Ravine. … Meanwhile, Chad Billingsley had a phenomenal outing, going seven strong innings and allowing a run on five hits. He struck out 11 while walking none — a clear indication he isn’t the same type of pitcher he used to be, either. He could be ready to take that next step now and become one of the premier starting pitchers in the league. … Andre Ethier hit two HRs, his second career two-homer game, and rove in four runs. Russell Martin also had two hits, both singles. … Dodgers go to 5-3. Off tomorrow, then Clayton Kershaw vs. Matt Cain on Tuesday night at 7:10. … Also, I pulled Colletti aside after the game and told him of McCourt’s comments as to his job status. Ned (wisely) declined to respond to them.