Mets Vs. Dodgers Final Score: New York Defeats Los Angeles 5-0

The New York Mets won their fourth straight game on Saturday night, defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers by a final score of 5-0.

Second baseman Daniel Murphy got the Mets on the board in the top of the second inning with a sacrifice fly that scored first baseman Ike Davis. Three innings later, New York struck again, this time off a sacrifice fly by catcher Jim Thole that sent Daniel Murphy home. In the sixth, Ike Davis blasted a three-run homer to extend New York’s lead to 5-0. It was Davis’s 11th home run on the season and his 45th RBI.

Starting pitcher Johan Santana was credited with the victory after throwing a three-hitter over eight innings of work. He struck out three and picked up his sixth win (6-4 overall). Dodgers starting pitcher Nate Eovaldi was given the loss after pitching 5.1 innings and allowing all five of New York’s runs.

The win improves New York to 43-36, while the Dodgers loss gives them the same record as the Mets. The Mets will go for the series sweep over Los Angeles on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET.

Stick with this StoryStream for previews, scores and more from the Mets series against the Dodgers. For full time Mets news and analysis, head over to Amazin' Avenue. If the Dodgers are your team, True Blue LA has you covered.

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