Clayton Kershaw worked five innings to get his first win of the season. (Lori Shepler/AP)
By Ken Gurnick / MLB.com
The Dodgers improved to 13-0 at Dodger Stadium, setting a modern-day MLB record for most consecutive home wins to start a season. The offense made sure of it with a seven-run sixth inning, which included a two-run double by Manny Ramirez and a two-run single by James Loney.
BATTING 2B: Guzman, C 2 (4, Kershaw, Mota). HR: Flores, Je (3, 7th inning
off Mota, 0 on, 0 out). TB: Flores, Je 4; Zimmerman; Guzman, C 5; Dunn, A. RBI:
Zimmerman (20), Flores, Je (13), Johnson, N (8). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Kearns 2;
Guzman, C. SF: Zimmerman. GIDP: Kearns. Team RISP: 0-for-5. Team
FIELDING E: Guzman, C 2 (3, fielding, throw). DP: 2 (Belliard-Guzman,
C-Johnson, N 2).
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