Dodgers top Mets, snap skid at 7
Loney’s groundout gave Los Angeles its first lead in 66 innings. He added an
RBI double as part of a four-run seventh, helping the Dodgers halt a season-
high seven-game losing streak.
All-Star Clayton Kershaw (6-4) got the win, allowing three runs — one earned
— on five hits over seven innings. He walked three and struck out nine.
The two unearned runs came courtesy of consecutive third-inning errors by Dee
Gordon, who atoned with an RBI and run scored later in the game.
Dillon Gee (5-7) took the loss for the Mets, winners of a four straight
entering Sunday. He gave up four runs — two earned — on five hits and two
walks over six innings.
Scott Hairston had a first-inning RBI single in the setback.
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