They booed him when he was introduced, booed him when he threw a foul ball into the stands, booed him when he came to bat.

Alas, for Dodgers fans, they also booed Ryan Braun when he trotted around the bases in the first inning for what stood up as the game-winning, two-run home run.

Braun, the man who edged Matt Kemp as last year's National League MVP and later beat a positive drug test, got the last laugh Tuesday in leading the Brewers to a 2-1 victory before an announced crowd of 51,137.