DENVER (AP) — A well-pitched, crisp game by the starters suddenly turned into a late-inning slugfest. It became a race to see which bullpen would hold a lead first. Los Angeles prevailed on a night when its best reliever was not at the park. Chris Taylor and Brian Dozier homered off closer Wade Davis in the ninth inning and the Dodgers exploited Colorado's shaky bullpen to beat the Rockies 8-5 on Thursday night.