LOS ANGELES There's really nothing left for the San Francisco Giants to play for this season, except perhaps to make the next few days difficult for the Dodgers.
One game into a four-game series, they're already doing that.
The defending World Series champions are trudging toward the end of the season in last place in the National League West; the Dodgers are days away from clinching the division title.
No matter. The Giants made the Dodgers work for a 3-2 win in 10 innings, reducing the Dodgers' magic number to five.
Adrian Gonzalez drove in Carl Crawford from second base, and Brian Wilson was the winning pitcher against his former team, but the big news involved shortstop Hanley Ramirez.
Ramirez, who has been one of the Dodgers' catalysts this season, left the game after six innings because of mild tightness in his left hamstring. Manager Don Mattingly said he didn't know if Ramirez would be available Friday, but there's little doubt he'll get at least one game off, if not m...