LOS ANGELES (AP) — Richie Palacios hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the 10th inning after Anthony Gose escaped a jam in the ninth, and the Cleveland Guardians beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 Friday night for their season-best fifth straight win.
Andrés Giménez had two hits, José Ramirez hit safely in his ninth straight game and Owen Miller scored the go-ahead run in the 10th as the automatic runner, helping Cleveland win despite having just one hit after the fourth inning.
Cody Bellinger homered and Trea Turner had three hits for the Dodgers to extend his hitting streak to 10 games.
Bellinger beat the shift to lead off the ninth with a single to left off Trevor Stephan, then stole second. After Chris Taylor struck out, Bellinger moved to third when Oscar Gonzalez dropped a routine fly ball from Hanser Alberto.
Bellinger was unable to score after Gose struck out Gavin Lux and Gonzalez hauled in a fly ball from Trea Turner.
In the 10th, Miller advanced to third on Giménez’s infield single, then scored on Palacios’ fly to center off Evan Phillips (1-3).
Gose (3-0) struck out Freddie Freeman leading off the bottom of the inning, then Enyel De Los Santos got a groundout from Will Smith, walked Max Muncy and struck out Justin Turner for his first save.
Ramirez had a hit in the fourth to extend his hitting streak, but his extra-base hit streak ended at eight games. Ramirez, who is second in the majors with 62 RBIs, is batting 16 for 37 in the past nine games.
Bellinger, who came into the game batting only .152 in June, had two hits. He connected on a fastball from Zach Plesac and drove it halfway up the bleachers in right-center to give the Dodgers a 1-0 lead in the second.
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw, making his second start since returning from a back injury, allowed…