LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers beat Colorado 4-2 for their fifth consecutive win and the Rockies' fifth straight loss. Justin Turner homered and drove in two runs, and rookie Zach McKinstry added a late homer. Luke Raley got his first career hit in the eighth inning for the major league-leading Dodgers, who have won 10 of 11 while remaining unbeaten in their past 11 games at Dodger Stadium since last Sept. 23. The Rockies snapped their 26-inning scoreless streak since last Saturday with Trevor Story’s RBI single in the fifth. Kenley Jansen got three strikeouts and picked up his third save.