Great game if you didn’t have to write it up on deadline. Really great game for the Dodgers, who showed the sort of resilience and comeback ability that used to elude them after they would blow a lead in the eighth inning. But this is a different kind of team with a different kind of makeup than what you have seen in the past, even though most of the characters are the same. Clayton Kershaw was outstanding, striking out 13 while allowing one hit — a Bengie Molina HR — and one walk in seven innings. But the Dodgers couldn’t give him more than a 2-1 lead, and that vanished after Kershaw was lifted to start the eighth. But despite falling behind 4-2, the Dodgers came right back, tying it in the eighth and winning it in the ninth after Broxton retired the Giants in order. James Loney had three RBI without a hit, drawing two bases-loaded walks — including one to end the game — and delivering a sac fly. Orlando Hudson is on FIRE. After hitting for the cycle yesterday, he went 3 for 5 tonight. In the past four games, he is 9 for 18 with two doubles, a triple and two homers. … Dodgers go to 6-3 with their fourth consecutive victory and pull even with the Pods atop the N.L. West, 1 1/2 ahead of the Rox.