SAN DIEGO — The Dodgers’ win in a wild game over the Padres on Monday night was the team and team’s third in as many games, their fourth in San Francisco and their fifth in San Jose.
The Dodgers won 7-5 in the 11th inning to take a 2-0 lead and win their fifth straight.
It was their fifth win in the past seven games.
The Padres hit three homers to score a run off Dodgers pitcher Scott Kazmir, and they got on the board in the eighth with a solo shot by Alex Guerrero.
The Padres also scored on two groundouts in the ninth.
After allowing two runs in the first, the Padres added three in the sixth.
The victory snapped a three-game losing streak for the Dodgers.
San Diego has lost five straight.
Los Angeles is on a five-game winning streak, including a 4-0 victory at San Francisco on Saturday.
The Dodgers have won five straight at home and six of their past seven.