Byrd doubled in the second, doubled in two runs in the fifth and singled in two runs in the ninth, breaking the game open for the Phillies. He finished 3 for 5 with four RBI, improving his batting average to .259 on the year.
Four of his six doubles on the year have come since April 20. He has six hits over his last 19 at-bats over that span.
Holt appeared in seven games for the Red Sox during his callup, hitting .348/.429/.435 in 23 at-bats.
Ruiz came up big with the go-ahead two-run double in the ninth inning, which sparked a four-run frame. He added another double and a single and finished 3 for 3 with two walks, two runs scored and two RBI.
In his four games against the Dodgers, Ruiz went 7-for-14 with four doubles, a triple, a homer and four walks. He is hitting .270 with one home run and six RBI in 63 at-bats.
Haren had little trouble with the Phillies in this outing, as he ran into issues during just one inning. Unfortunately, that was enough, as the Phillies scored three times in the fifth, though only one run was charged to him in that frame.
Haren was charged with just the one earned run in six innings of work, while scattering seven hits and a pair of walks. He struck out a season-high seven, while throwing 71 of 106 pitches for strikes in the no-decision.
Haren is off to a terrific start with the Dodgers, with four quality starts in five trips to the mound. He is 3-0 with a 2.03 ERA entering his next start, set for Wednesday in Minnesota.
Adams coughed up a late one-run advantage in the seventh inning, serving up a solo home run to Adrian Gonzalez. The offense backed him up with four runs in the ninth. He was charged with one run and one hit while striking out three over two innings of work in a 7-3 victory. It was his first run allowed over four innings pitched to start the season.
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