Another win, another record the 2013 version of the Dodgers are breaking after they set a record for the most consecutive road victories in Los Angeles Dodgers history last week.

With the schedule getting tougher after a roadtrip through two disappointing teams, Toronto and Washington, there was some skepticism as to whether or not the Dodgers could continue their winning ways.

However, after their 4-1 victory last night, the Dodgers are 25-6 in their last 31 games, tied for their best stretch since 1958 according to ESPN Stats & Info via Elias Sports:

Hyun-Jin Ryu followed up Clayton Kershaw’s performance Friday night with another great effort on Saturday as the Dodgers look to take the series this afternoon.

While the season was slowly slipping away, the Dodgers just needed to get healthy in order to find their stride that seen them take a 1.5 game lead over the Diamondbacks in the NL West.

Next up for them after the Reds is a two-game series with the Yankees followed by an eight-game roadtrip through Chicago and St. Louis as they look to continue their torrid streak.

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