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The Phillies took a 3-1 lead with a pair of runs in the fifth. Rollins singled and scored from second on a single by Ruiz, whose three RBIs gave him 13 in 94 at-bats this season. Bastardo's sacrifice put runners at second and third, and Pedro Feliz scored when Victorino hit a liner back to the box that glanced off Wolf's glove as he tried to avoid the pieces of Victorino's shattered bat.
The Phillies opened the scoring with a sacrifice fly in the second by Feliz, whose fielding error Friday night led to the first of consecutive blown saves by All-Star closer Brad Lidge.
Kemp tied it in the fourth with a hit-and-run RBI single.
Notes: The Dodgers, who have outscored opponents by a 52-15 margin in the first inning, have gone seven straight games without a first-inning run since getting five at Chicago in the last game of their road trip. ... The Phillies are 32-5 when scoring more than three runs, and 1-17 when they get three or fewer.
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