Sandberg era starts 0-2
By Associated Press

Clayton Kershaw pitched eight dominant innings and the seemingly unstoppable Los Angeles Dodgers won their 10th straight Saturday night, beating Philadelphia 5-0 to keep the Phillies scoreless in two games under new manager Ryne Sandberg.

Juan Uribe hit a three-run homer, Kershaw had an RBI double and the Dodgers improved to 25-3 after the All-Star break.

They have won 19 of their last 20 road games and are 42-8 overall since June 22.

Meanwhile, the skidding Phillies have yet to cross home plate since manager Charlie Manuel was fired Friday in the middle of a second-half swoon.

They were blanked 4-0 by Zack Greinke and the Dodgers in Sandberg's debut and now have lost 21 of 25.

Both teams were .500 at the All-Star break.



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