The Dodgers added a new wrinkle to their dugout dance party, used whenever someone hits a home run, and decided to give the new celebration a workout on Tuesday night. The Dodgers hit three home runs en route to a 4-2 win over the Rockies at Dodger Stadium.

The Dodgers, 4-1 on their current homestand with one game left, have their first winning homestand of the season. And they nearly ran out of bubbles.

Hanley Ramirez hit a two-run home run to right field in the third inning, and in addition to the expected dance party back in the dugout was greeted with bubbles. The only thing missing amid the celebration was Lawrence Welk.

Matt Kemp added a solo shot in the fourth inning, his second home run of the homestand and sixth extra-base hit in his last 11 games. Kemp has a six-game hitting streak, during which he is 10-for-23 (.435).

The Rockies chipped away at the 3-0 lead, with a run in the sixth and another in the seventh. Zack Greinke escaped more damage in the sixth, stranding the tying runs at second and third base. He needed a season-high 117 pitches to get through six innings, but delivered the sixth consecutive quality start by a Dodgers pitcher and 19th in their last 25 games.