It was a good-news, bad-news day, however. Utility infielder Justin Turner, who came in batting .297 and has been invaluable, sustained a hamstring injury running the bases in the second inning. Manager Don Mattingly said the Lakewood Mayfair High product will likely be going on the disabled list.Shortstop Hanley Ramirez started after missing the previous four games with a sore shoulder, but suffered a calf injury in the same inning and is day-to-day. Turner came out right away for pinch-runner Miguel Rojas. Ramirez did not come out to his position for the top of the third.It was Greinke’s night. Afterward, he was asked why he has so much success against the Cardinals.“I mean, I’ve noticed that, too,” he said. “But usually, especially in St. Louis, they hit me really hard. And somehow, I get outs. And at home I pitch better and have games more like today. But in St. Louis, there has been three or four times where I was very lucky to not give up four or five or more runs. So, part luck.”Mattingly doesn’t know why Greinke dominates St. Louis. Zack Greinke has owned the St. Louis Cardinals of late. In his past five starts against them before Saturday, the Dodgers right-hander was 4-0 with an ERA of 1.83.Greinke came through with another masterful performance Saturday, pitching seven superlative innings. Couple that with a six-run second inning and the Dodgers defeated St. Louis 9-1 before 50,910 at Dodger Stadium.Greinke (10-4) allowed just one run — a third-inning home run by Matt Carpenter — on four hits. He struck out 10 and did not walk a batter while throwing 104 pitches and lowering his ERA to 2.78.The Dodgers, who began the day two games behind the Giants in the NL West standings, are 46-37 and have won nine of their past 12. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “I couldn’t tell you,” he said. “He’s pretty good against everybody, to be honest.”Leading 1-0 after a first-inning unearned run off St. Louis starting and losing pitcher Lance Lynn (8-6), the Dodgers put the game away in the bottom of the second. They scored six times on RBI doubles by Turner, A.J. Ellis and Dee Gordon, run-scoring singles by Adrian Gonzalez and Matt Kemp, and yet another RBI double — of the bloop variety — by Andre Ethier.Gordon’s double was of the ground-rule variety. He hit another double in the third inning, but with Greinke running in front of him, he had to slow down. He could have had two triples, but was happy with two doubles and an infield single in the eighth for a three-hit night.“Yeah, I think I would have had two triples,” said Gordon, who raised his average to .297. “But it’s part of the game. I just happened to put the ball in play and get on base for my teammates.”He was kiddingly asked if reporters should just credit him with two triples.“No,” he said, laughing. “It don’t go in the books, so I’m grateful for what I got. I’ll take that.”Lynn lasted just two innings for the Cardinals (44-38). He gave up seven runs — six earned — on nine hits. He struck out two, walked two and saw his ERA rise from 2.90 to 3.38.He was checked by his team trainer for a middle-finger blister during the second-inning uprising.“Honestly, I have blister problems every time I start, but I usually don’t have them rip off like they did today,” Lynn said. “I’m missing a lot of the top part of my finger — the whole tip, pretty much. I think it dried out, coming from Colorado (previous series), and it just ripped off. The wetter it got today, the more it kept going back. But that’s a part of pitching. You try to get through those things, and I wasn’t able to do that.”The Dodgers banged out 15 hits. Getting two hits apiece were Kemp, Ethier, Puig and Ellis.The temporary loss of Turner is a real bummer, Greinke suggested.“I mean, every team has to deal with this stuff, but Turner has been extremely valuable for us,” he said. “There’s not many guys that could play all of the infield spots and still put up quality at-bats. His at-bats are even above quality, I think. So far this year I put him in the top tier of utility guys in the game. You just can’t replace that.”Turner can play third, second and shortstop. He had been getting a lot of starts because regular third baseman Juan Uribe was on the disabled list until recently.Speaking of Uribe, after not starting Saturday he came in after Turner was hurt and later delivered a two-run single in the eighth inning.Mattingly said Puig turned an ankle early in the game, but was walking around fine after the game. Also, third-base coach Lorenzo Bundy strained a calf during that injury-plagued second inning.