ON THE MOUND: Dan Haren allowed only two baserunners in seven innings. He walked David Murphy and gave up an infield hit to Michael Bourn in the third inning, but nothing else. "That's the best I've thrown the ball this year," said Haren, who is unbeaten in his last five starts. The game was the 34th in a row in which the Dodgers' starting pitcher walked two or fewer batters, the longest such streak in the National League since at least 1914, according to Stats LLC. For Haren, this marked the first time this season that he didn't give up any runs and the first time since May 12 he pitched seven innings.