Yes, the Dodgers swept three games over the weekend at San Francisco to move past the Giants into first place in the NL West. That doesn’t mean Los Angeles can rest on its laurels.

“One of the things that I kind of continue to talk about is, that series is over; there’s a lot of baseball ahead of us,” Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said ahead of Tuesday’s series opener with the Atlanta Braves. “We’ve got some good clubs coming in. Atlanta is a good club that we know how good they are from last year and how they’re playing this year.

“We have the Angels (beginning Monday). We’ve got a lot of big games coming, so we’ve got a tough schedule. We’ve gotta move past San Francisco at this point and concentrate on winning a game tonight.”

On a night when the Dodgers announced that Vin Scully will be back in 2015 for his 66th season calling games, and Matt Kemp hit a pair of two-run home runs — making one wonder if the Dodgers really want to trade him — the Dodgers defeated the Braves 8-4 before 49,630 at Dodger Stadium.

Kemp hit his ninth home run off Atlanta starter Aaron Harang in the second inning and his 10th off reliever Anthony Varvaro (3-3) in a three-run seventh inning that began with the score tied 4-4.

Also having a big offensive night for Los Angeles (60-47) was Yasiel Puig, who had four hits — two singles, a double and triple. Adrian Gonzalez had three hits and two RBIs and Carl Crawford drove in two runs, one on an RBI groundout in the seventh for the go-ahead run.

The victory increased the Dodgers’ lead over the Giants to three games, and Los Angeles won four consecutive games for the first time this season. The Dodgers banged out 15 hits. Brandon League (2-2) picked up the victory with a scoreless inning of relief.

The Braves (58-49) remained a half-game behind first-place Washington in the NL East.