Tyler Anderson controlled up to 7 innings, and the Los Angeles Dodgers got off to a quick start with 3 1-inning home runs with a 7-2 victory over San Diego Padres on Saturday.
Freddie Freeman and Wilmis hit consecutive home runs in the opening inning, and Justin Turner took his own early long ball as Dodgers, the leader of the National League West, improved 5-1 against the second. Added-Place Padres this season.
Anderson (9-1) gave up 6 hits, 2 walks and 6 strikeouts in 6 1/3 innings and 1 run as Los Angeles took the win from a four-game sweep.
Luke Boyt hit a home run in Padres' two hits, and starter Uderbish hit the best 10 hitters of the season. San Diego suffered a sixth defeat in seven games.
Dodgers maintained momentum when Freeman hit Derbysh's seventh pitch into the right field seat after scoring four runs in the last three abats with Padres on Friday. .. Smith later hit the 13th 2nd pitch.
After Max Muncy flew out, Turner took a 3-0 lead in the seventh season and the third series.
Dodgers added another run in the TreaTurner RBI single, and the third Jake Lamb's RBI double was 5-0.
Darbish (7-4) finally settled down, but gave up 8 hits and 5 runs in 6 innings.
Padres broke through his seventh attack by knocking Anderson out of the game with a Lanscore flyball from Trent Grisham.
Los Angeles added two more runs with sacrificial fly innings from Munshi and Justin Turner.
Voit's 10th home run is San Diego's 8th.
Manny Machad has been on the field in Padres for the first time since he missed nine games due to a twist on his left ankle. The third baseman was 1 to 4.
Dodgers improved to 3-0 on homestands in 11 games during the season.
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