LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Johan Santana scattered three hits over eight innings, Ike Davis hit a three-run homer, and the New York Mets handed the Los Angeles Dodgers their season-worst seventh straight loss with a 5-0 victory Saturday.
In his fifth start since pitching the first no-hitter in Mets history on June 1 against St. Louis, Santana (6-4) did not give up a hit between Dee Gordon's leadoff single in the first inning and Scott Van Slyke's leadoff single in the eighth. Tony Gwynn Jr. singled two batters later and both runners advanced on Adam Kennedy's groundout. But Gordon grounded out to third.
Santana threw 107 pitches, and struck out three and walked two. The two-time AL Cy Young winner and four-time All-Star, who missed all of last season while recovering from shoulder surgery in September 2010, finished June 4-2 with a 2.77 ERA in six starts.
The Dodgers were shut out for the fifth time in six games -- including all three at San Francisco -- and have produced only two runs ...