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Tyler Anderson Extends Shutout Streak, Dodgers Defeat Mets 6-1

Tyler Anderson extended his scoreless streak to 26 innings and became the first National League pitcher with seven wins as the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the New York Mets 6-1. 

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Tyler Anderson extended his scoreless streak to 26 innings and became the first National League pitcher with seven wins as the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the New York Mets 6-1 on Friday night.

Cody Bellinger, Zach McKinstry and Chris Taylor homered for the Dodgers, who have held New York to one run in winning the first two games of this four-game series between the NL's top two teams.

Pete Alonso went deep for the Mets, who had piled up 47 runs on a 6-0 homestand before arriving at Dodger Stadium.

Anderson (7-0) allowed only three hits and has gone three starts without giving up a run. The last time he was scored upon was the first inning against Arizona on May 17. He now leads all of MLB in wins with 7, and is 8th in the NL in ERA (2.59).

The left-hander struck out five, with 57 of his 81 pitches being strikes, including 14 swings and misses. He lowered his ERA to 2.59.

Justin Turner led off the Dodgers second with a base hit before Bellinger drove a cutter from Chris Bassitt (4-3) over the wall in right field. It was Bellinger's sixth home run of the season and first since May 12.

McKinstry, called up from the minors Thursday after Kevin Pillar went on the injured list with a left shoulder fracture, connected for a two-run shot to right in the fourth to extend the lead to 4-0.

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Zach McKinstry #8 of the Los Angeles Dodgers celebrates his two-run home run with Cody Bellinger #35 against the New York Mets in the fourth inning at Dodger Stadium on June 03, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Taylor delivered a solo shot on a full count in the eighth to make it 6-1. The left fielder is batting .349 (15 for 43) with seven extra-base hits, including three homers, in his last 11 games.


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Alonso prevented the Mets from being shut out for a second straight night when he led off the seventh inning by driving Yency Almonte's inside sinker way over the wall in left-center.

It was Alonso's 14th homer of the season, tied for second in the NL and fourth in the majors. According to Baseball Reference, Alonso is the eighth player with at least five home runs in his first 10 career games at Dodger Stadium. Ryan Howard, Fernando Tatis and Lance Berkman lead the way with six.

Bassitt threw 110 pitches, a season high for a Mets pitcher, and yielded four runs (three earned) on five hits with eight strikeouts in six innings.


Trea Turner had a pair of singles to extend his hitting streak to 26 games. His infield single in the seventh drove in Mookie Betts to extend the Dodgers' lead to 5-1.

Since the start of last season, Turner has two of the longest hitting streaks in baseball — 27 and 26 games. Angels infielder David Fletcher also had a 26-game streak last season.


Francisco Lindor returned to the lineup, albeit with a fracture to the tip of his right middle finger after slamming it in a hotel door Wednesday night, but went 0 for 4 as his 10-game RBI streak was snapped.

Lindor came up with runners on first and second in the eighth but grounded out to end the inning.


52,505 were in attendance for the Dodgers annual Pride Night at the stadium. Fans received a one-of-a-kind Dodgers pride jersey with the purchase of a Pride Night ticket package and the players wore special Pride Night hats on the field.

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A special hat for LGBTQ+ Pride Night during the MLB game between the New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers on June 3, 2022 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)


Mets: RHP Tylor Megill (right biceps) will make his first rehab stop Sunday at Double-A Binghamton.

Dodgers: INF Edwin Ríos was placed on the injured list after he tore his right hamstring trying to beat out a double-play ball Thursday night. Manager Dave Roberts said he doesn't anticipate Ríos needing surgery but he is going to be out “a handful of weeks.” INF Eddy Alvarez was called up to take Ríos' spot.


Mets: LHP David Peterson (2-0, 3.03 ERA) allowed four runs over 4 2/3 innings in his last start May 30 against Washington.

Dodgers: RHP Walker Buehler (6-1, 3.22) is 1-0 in four career starts against the Mets.

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