Oh, you naive Dodgers. After pushing Mets starter Jon Niese to a 22-pitch sixth inning, scoring two runs to narrow the score to a 4-3 deficit, you come out and let Niese stop all momentum with a easy seven-pitch seventh inning (Niese's last), thanks to Eugenio Velez (2 pitches), AJ Ellis (3 pitches), and PH Marcus Thames (2 pitches). At that point, Dodgers starter Hiroki Kuroda (6.0 IP, 8 H, 4 ER, 1 BB , 2Ks) was already removed from the game, so you might have actually scrambled for a win (since you clearly don't give Kuroda run support when he's in the game). But no, you let the Mets tack on another run in the ninth, and go meekly in the bottom of the ninth to end it.
The Dodgers' winning streak stretches to five in a row, their season high (third time). So we've got a chance at a new record tomorrow! Whoo hoo!