Adrian Gonzalez homered and Zack Greinke was his usual stingy self for the still-surging Dodgers on Saturday afternoon.

Their formula isn't the same but the result always seems to be victory for the first-place National League West Dodgers. At least since June.

Gonzalez hit a two-run homer in the first inning against Tampa Rays pitcher Roberto Hernandez and that was all the cushion Greinke would need as the Dodgers dominated the Rays in a 5-0 win at Dodger Stadium.

One day earlier the Dodgers won via a crazy 7-6 comeback win that ended with the Dodgers dancing around home plate late in the evening.

There was no hangover.

The Dodgers have won four consecutive games and are 36-8 in their last 44 games. It's quite a streak.

"I don't think much about that" Yasiel Puig said through an interpreter. "I think about the games we need to win in the future."

The future is bright.

Puig Hanley Ramirez and Matt Kemp's injuries have dominated the Dodgers headlines. All the while Gonzalez is batting .294 with 16 home runs a team-leading 72 RBI.