ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Isaac Paredes homered and drove in four runs as the Tampa Bay Rays took two of three from the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers with a wild 11-10 victory on Sunday.
Luke Raley beat out an infield single leading off the seventh and scored on Wander Franco’s grounder, giving the Rays an 11-10 advantage.
Chris Taylor homered twice, and Max Muncy, Trayce Thompson and J.D. Martinez also connected for the Dodgers.
Thompson, who entered in an 0-for-39 slide, had three hits and walked once.
Los Angeles slugger Freddie Freeman went 2 for 5 with two doubles to extend his hitting streak to 17 games. He is hitting .441 (30 for 68) over the stretch.
Tampa Bay left-hander Josh Fleming gave up 10 runs — eight earned — and 12 hits in six innings. He surrendered five homers.
Dodgers righty Gavin Stone allowed seven runs and 10 hits in two innings. He has a 14.40 ERA over his first three career starts.
The Los Angeles rotation is without Walker Buehler (Tommy John surgery), Dustin May (right forearm) and Julio Urías (left hamstring).
After Thompson hit a fifth-inning solo drive, Martinez and Taylor homered over a three-pitch stretch in the sixth to tie it at 10.
Jalen Beeks (2-2) worked a scoreless seventh before Jason Adam got six outs for his seventh save.
Tampa Bay closer Pete Fairbanks was warming up in the bullpen but left for the dugout with a trainer.
Yandy Díaz hit a third-inning RBI single before Paredes homered in a two-run fourth to put Tampa Bay up 10-7.
Taylor and Muncy went deep on back-to back pitches in a three-run second. Thompson got his first hit since April 17 with an RBI single to make it 3-1.
Jose Siri started the Rays' six-run second with a triple that bounced over Taylor's head in left. Paredes, who drove a run in the first with a single, added a two-run double as the Rays went ahead 7-3.
Tampa Bay leads the majors with 101 homers. The Dodgers have 89.
The Rays stole five bases and have an MLB-best 47 in May.
Dodgers: RHP Bobby Miller (1-0) will make his second career start Monday night against Washington.
Rays: Rookie RHP Taj Bradley (3-1) and Chicago Cubs RHP Marcus Stroman (4-4) are Monday's starters.