Their struggles were a distant memory as they used an eight-run, 15-hit effort to blow past their storied rival. Yasiel Puig led the way with a 4-for-5 effort that included three triples, one double and two RBIs, but he also got plenty of help.
With the Dodgers holding a 1-0 lead, Zack Greinke’s single marked the start of a five-run inning in the fifth. Dee Gordon followed with a triple, his Major-League best 10th of the season that scored Greinke:
Puig then hit his own RBI triple and Adrian Gonzalez hit an RBI single to as the Dodgers jumped out to a 4-0 lead. Hanley Ramirez singled to left and that was the end of Tim Lincecum’s evening.
Juan Gutierrez entered the game and retired the first batter he faced for the second out. However, before he could get out of the inning, Matt Kemp hit a 3-0 pitch for the Dodgers third triple of the inning that scored Gonzalez and Ramirez:
Puig added another triple in the sixth, his third of the game, and the Dodgers finished the with five, which tied a franchise record.