After Los Angeles scored a run in the fifth and two more in the sixth to erase a deficit, Green lined lefthander
's 2-1 pitch over the right field fence.
It was his third homer of the season and first since April 9 for Green, who had been hitless in his previous seven at-bats against Sauerbeck (0-2).
"It's been a real long stretch, something that I've battled my way through before," Green said. "Last year during the stretch, I started to lift the ball. This year, I've avoided that and tried to stay on the pitches."
"We've all been around," said Sauerbeck, who allowed his second homer of the season. "We'll keep our heads up. Nothing you can do. I didn't want to give up a home run tonight. I was aggressive, I went right after him. If I face him again, I'll go right out against him again."
The homer gave the Dodgers their second comeback win in as many days over the Pirates. They scored five times in the ninth in the series opener Friday and posted a 5-2 victory.
(3-3) won his second straight start following a three-game losing streak, allowing three runs and five hits in seven innings.
Nomo, who notched his 100th career victory Sunday, struck out four and walked three. After allowing Stairs' hit, the Japanese righthander walked
to hit into an inning-ending double play.
Nomo finished his outing by retiring nine of his final 11 batters and won for the sixth time in 10 career decisions against Pittsburgh.
worked a scoreless eighth and
worked around two hits for his seventh save in as many opportunities.
Making his first start of the season after seven relief outings, Torres coasted through four innings before running into trouble.