For the first time this season, Kershaw (6-6) put together a complete game, propelling the
Offensively, the Dodgers did their damage with the long ball, accumulating all five of their runs off homers in the second and third innings.
With two men on in the third, Rollins smacked a home run to left field, scoring first baseman Adrian Gonzalez and outfielder Joc Pederson. Phillies Manager Pete Mackanin elected to keep Morgan (1-2) in the game after a visit to the mound, and Morgan was able to make it through the fifth inning.
Three Philadelphia relievers combined to give up three hits, but Kershaw's strong performance was all the Dodgers needed to maintain its lead.
Ellis finished three for four on the night, and he got plenty of help from Rollins (two for three with three RBIs) and outfielder Scott Van Slyke (two for three with a walk). The top of the order struggled, as Yasiel Puig, Howie Kendrick and