LOS ANGELES -- Adrian Gonzalez hit a game-winning double in the ninth inning, and the Los Angeles Dodgers rallied Monday night for a testy 2-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants that increased their NL West lead to six games.Two innings after a shoving match broke out when tempers flared between Madison Bumgarner and Yasiel Puig again, the Dodgers comeback in the ninth began with pinch-hitter Andrew Toles leadoff single.Corey Seager singled past diving second baseman Joe Panik on a two-strike pitch from Javier Lopez (1-3), allowing the speedy Toles to reach third.Justin Turners single tied the game, and Gonzalez followed with a drive to deep right field that eluded Hunter Pence.Joe Blanton (6-2) won in relief after the latest bullpen flop by the struggling Giants followed a tense pitchers duel between Bumgarner and fellow ace Clayton Kershaw.Both benches and bullpens cleared during a seventh-inning scuffle.Bumgarner fielded a slow tapper by Puig along the first base line and threw him out to end the inning. The left-hander punched his glove emphatically and said something that didnt appear to be cordial.Puig glared back and responded, and soon both teams massed near first base before the dustup ended without any punches.The late-game theatrics overshadowed the latest matchup between two of the games top left-handers, Bumgarner and Kershaw.Bumgarner allowed one hit over seven scoreless innings, struck out 10, walked none and retired his final 10 batters.Kershaw gave up an unearned run and three hits in his third start since returning from a back injury. He struck out seven and walked one. The three-time NL Cy Young Award winner retired seven in a row before leaving.The Giants scored their lone run during an odd sequence in the third.With two outs, Eduardo Nunez reached on an infield single to second. Kershaw dived and tried to backhand the ball, but it got by him and Chase Utleys throw pulled Gonzalez off first base as Nunez slid headfirst into the bag.Nunez stole second and was safe at third on another headfirst slide after catcher Yasmani Grandals throw sailed to the right of second. Nunez scored on Kershaws wild pitch that bounced in front of the plate and over Grandals head.The Giants led the division by 6 1/2 games at the All-Star break but lost the lead to the Dodgers on Aug. 21. Since the lead changed hands, San Francisco has lost 16 of 27 and the Dodgers have won 18 of 28. They play each other five more times over their final 12 games.FLIPPING PUIGThe crowd gasped when Puig flipped over the low wall along the right field side chasing a foul ball by Pence in the seventh. Puig went all the way around and crashed into the seats. He got up quickly and returned to his position in right, apparently unhurt.DODGERS MOVELos Angeles recalled infielder Micah Johnson from Triple-A Oklahoma City. He appeared in two games with the Dodgers in April. In the minors, Johnson batted .261 with 26 steals, five homers and 37 RBI in 120 games. He hit safely in all nine of Oklahoma Citys games in the Pacific Coast League playoffs as the club advanced to the championship series.TRAINERS ROOMDodgers: LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (elbow) and RHP Brandon McCarthy (hip stiffness) will pitch in a simulated game Tuesday. ... LHP Alex Wood (elbow surgery) will be activated Tuesday. The team wanted an extra day to finalize the corresponding roster move. ... Manager Dave Roberts said LHP Scott Kazmir (neck inflammation) shouldnt be affected by a finger blister that he developed Sunday in a simulated game. ... LHP Julio Urias will pitch out of the bullpen during the Giants series. ... 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It can turn years of expertise, practise and dreams of career-affirming glory into a sporting nightmare. Faced with a high-pressure moments, the doubts can suddenly outweigh muscle memory, the sweaty palms create the fear of slipping both physically and mentally.Following a weekend where we saw Lewis Hamilton win the U.S. Grand Prix, Jose Mourinhos Manchester United side capitulate under pressure at Chelsea while the All Blacks embraced the expectation as they recorded their 18th straight win, we look at what it takes to excel in the face of sporting adversity using the help of sports psychologist and ex-England cricketer Jeremy Snape.To celebrate the release of Disney Marvels Doctor Strange on Tuesday, with the help of Sporting Edge founder Snape, we explore how sport stars use their mind to control the potential outcome and not the other way around?The first tee shot at the Ryder CupI have never felt as nervous over a golf shot as that first tee shot in The Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor. -- Rory McIlroySnape: The best golfers will pick out a patch of light on the fairway, or that patch of grass by a TV tower or something and aim for that rather than thinking of the hazards to avoid. They imagine a circle or hula-hoop around the ball and go through a number of considerations over what they are aiming for while they are standing outside it.Its only when they are 100 percent clear that they step into the imaginary circle around the golf ball that they are ready to hit the shot. They use counting techniques and breathing techniques to make sure theyre in the moment and theyre not thinking about the swing. That switches off the analytical part of the brain and the breathing techniques keep you in that moment so you are doing it instinctively rather than mechanically.Penalty shootoutSnape: We had an interesting experience with Crystal Palace with the penalty shootout. Part of it is doing your homework on the goalkeeper or some of it will be pressure testing yourself over what may derail you. The goalkeeper may try to put you off by throwing the ball away from you which gives you more time to think. Or the goalkeeper stands on his line and hands the ball to you so you have to fetch it.These are mind games so you want to be able to predict what they are and respond rationally to them rather than getting unsettled and emotional. You practise those in training. And you concentrate on your hitting your target -- so if the goalkeeper leaps like a salmon, you know you couldnt have done anymore.Rugby World Cup-winning kickSnape: When Jonny Wilkinson is kicking from the tee, the four or five steps back and the two steps to the left means he is going through a mental routine.ddddddddddddId be thinking there about you wanting to hit the target rather than worrying about the trophy. If the trophy comes in then you are either thinking about winning and the glory or missing and then you are distracted by thoughts of shame. This is where their thinking routines insulate them from the pressure. The kicker is aiming for someone behind the posts and looking to drop the ball on their lap. Your brain responds best to a specific target.Wimbledon Championships-winning serveSnape: Top players go and fetch the ball from the ball boy at the back of the court and count the steps back in their mind. There are two competing types of self-talk. On one hand you have, Oh its match point, Ive never won Wimbledon, this is massive, and theyre wondering whether theyre going to choke. This is a natural doubt but the champions create routines to treat it like its any other point and focus on the execution of their skills.Theyll count their steps to the back -- one, two, three -- ball please. Then one, two as the ball is bouncing, then theyll rotate the ball on their palm and while theyre spinning the ball around, thats their strategy time. Theyll be looking at a small mark on the court and aiming for that. When theyre 100 percent clear on that, theyll knock one back to the ball boy.Then when theyre bouncing the ball theyll probably have their own focus words like strong or clear -- theyre the key processes which bring their focus back to execution. When you see someone go off into their own world, thats the place theyve gone. They are trying to focus on their match point in exactly the same way that they approach their third serve in training on a Tuesday.The 100m Olympic finalSnape: Everyone will have their approach -- look at [1997 documentary] Living with the Lions, or something like that where you get an insight into the different styles in the changing room. There are those sitting, reading a programme while others are wrestling and some are being sick.Taking that onto the 100m track, is Usain Bolt nervous? Yes but the showmanship is probably his way of dealing with it -- the swagger is a way of dealing with it. Viv Richards spoke to me about that but then before his first Test match he fell down the stairs as his legs buckled with nerves. Top players over ride this feeling to make their rivals think they have everything under control, which can in turn make them doubt their own ability. ' ' '