With the win, the Dodgers are now 99-57, and still have a one game lead over the Indians for the best record in baseball, and a 4 1/2 game lead over the Nationals for the best record in the NL.
Clayton Kershaw pitched well, going eight innings and allowing just one run, which was a solo shot, and striking out six. The Dodgers turned four double plays today with Kershaw pitching, the most for any Dodger pitcher this season.
The Dodgers will look to expand their win streak and to keep their lead over the best record in the MLB tomorrow against the Padres.
Up next, the Dodgers will open up a three game series against the Padres, with Yu Darvish taking the mound. Darvish will be making his final home start this season, and is 1-1 against the Padres this season.
1 Dodgers | 99-57 | .635 | 0GB
2 DBacks | 90-66 | .577 | 9GB
3 Rockies | 84-72 | .538 | 15GB
4 Padres | 70-86 | .449 | 29GB
5 Giants | 61-95 | .391 | 38GB
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