The Dodgers, who haven't lost on the road since July 6 in San Francisco, eclipsed the 1924 mark set by the Brooklyn Robins.
Carl Crawford broke open a 1-0 game by driving in two runs with a single in the sixth inning. Jerry Hairston Jr. singled in the first run in the third for NL West-leading Los Angeles, which is 13-2 since the All-Star break and has won 30 of its last 37 overall.
Capuano (4-6) came up with his second straight strong start and third in his last four. He struck out five and walked only one before four Dodgers relievers closed it out.
Kenley Jansen pitched a perfect ninth to earn his 16th save in 19 chances.
Jeff Samardzija (6-10) allowed three runs over six innings in Chicago's third straight loss. He gave up seven hits, five walks and hit a batter. He also had nine strikeouts.
PIRATES 5, ROCKIES 2
Liriano (12-4) allowed only two hits to offset his five walks and had six strikeouts. The left-hander improved to 7-1 with a 1.65 ERA in his last eight starts for the NL Central leaders.
Tabata hit his first home run since May 11 and also tripled while going 3 for 4.
Jorge De La Rosa (10-6) pitched four-plus innings and gave up three runs on six hits.
REDS 8, CARDINALS 3
CINCINNATI -- Devin Mesoraco drove in three runs with a pair of homers, and Cincinnati finally broke out against a St. Louis team that has held the Reds down all season.
The Reds won for only the fourth time in 11 games between the NL Central rivals. Cincinnati had scored fewer than four runs in each of their last nine games head-to-head.
Left-hander Tony Cingrani (5-1) and four relievers contained an offense that had scored 26 runs in the last two games, allowing only four hits.
BRAVES 5, PHILLIES 4, 12 INNINGS
PHILADELPHIA -- Dan Uggla had a tiebreaking RBI grounder in the 12th, the Atlanta bullpen pitched 5 2-3 scoreless innings and the Braves beat Philadelphia for their ninth straight win.
NATIONALS 3, BREWERS 0
Heron gave up just four hits, with six strikeouts and two walks. It was the second straight strong outing for Haren (6-11) as he allowed one run and three hits in seven innings of a 4-1 win over the New York Mets on July 27.
Donovan Hand (0-3) gave up three runs on five hits for the Brewers.
YANKEES 3, PADRES 0
Nova (5-4) held San Diego to just four hits in seven innings while striking out eight and walking one. He retired 15 straight batters from the second through sixth innings.
Ross (2-5) allowed two runs and three hits in six-plus innings, struck out a career-high nine and walked three.
ROYALS 4, METS 3, 12 INNINGS
NEW YORK -- Pinch-hitter Justin Maxwell homered deep into the left-field seats leading off the 12th inning, and Kansas City overcame a late blown lead to beat New York.
Kansas City had a nine-game winning streak snapped Friday night with a loss in the 11th.
Maxwell, acquired Wednesday in a trade with Houston, hit a 3-2 pitch from David Aardsma for his fifth career pinch-homer and first overall with the Royals. The Mets' bullpen had been perfect after starter Jeremy Hefner's six innings, but Aardsma (2-1) couldn't retire the first batter he faced.
INDIANS 4, MARLINS 3
MIAMI -- Michael Bourn had three of Cleveland's six stolen bases and scored three times to help the Indians earn their ninth victory in the past 10 games with a win over Miami.
Jason Kipnis' two-run single broke a 2-all tie in a wild seventh inning, when the Marlins narrowly missed three chances to throw out Indians on the bases. Steals led to all four runs for the Indians, whose stolen-base total was their highest since 2000.
Dan Jennings (1-2) took the loss for the Marlins.
Copyright 2013 by The Associated Press
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