Clayton Kershaw allowed two runs on four hits in 5 1/3 innings. (Lori Shepler/AP)
By David Ely / MLB.com
Clayton Kershaw started strong and finished with a good line, but he was outdueled by fellow southpaw Cole Hamels in the first of four games featuring a pair of first-place clubs. The NL East-leading Phils cruised behind Hamels, who allowed only two Dodgers to reach second.
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