Manny finally went deep for the first time this season, then he went deep again. Andre Ethier went deep twice, as well. Chad Billingsley was really good for five innings, then a little shaky in the sixth, but he got through and handed the bullpen a 5-3 lead which was quickly widened when the Dodgers rallied for four in the seventh. The bullpen was a tad shaky today, but it didn’t really matter because the boys had such a big lead. Oh, and Will Ohman drove in the first run of his big-league career, using Manny’s bat, with an RBI single in that seventh-inning rally. Without looking it up (taking his word for it), Ohman is now batting .500 lifetime (2 for 4) with one walk in five plate appearances. He used Manny’s bat, but he used his own glove. “Send them to the Hall of Fame,” he said. … Matt Kemp went 1 for 3 with a walk and has now hit safely in all 12 games this season. But he also lost a fly ball in the sun while his sunglasses were still in his cap. … Aaron Cook simply isn’t himself this year. Dodgers, who had three of their regulars on the bench, got to him for five runs on eight hits over four innings, all of it on Manny’s HRs (both solo) and Ethier’s first one (a three-run shot). Cook’s ERA in three starts is now 10.22. … I also found out after the game that Hiroki Kuroda probably will NOT throw off a mound tomorrow despite his having told the Japanese media that. He probably will, however, play catch again. … Dodgers run their winning streak to seven games, one shy of their longest one last year. They are 9-3. Pods playing a night game, but it’s going on now because they’re on the East Coast. James McDonald against Ubaldo Jimenez tomorrow at 1:10.