Seager's hit rallies Dodgers over Padres 6-3

Los Angeles Dodgers' Yasiel Puig, left, reacts after scoring the third run on a single by Corey Seager, as San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges, rig

San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges, right, dives but cannot tag out Los Angeles Dodgers' Yasiel Puig, who scored on a single by Corey Seager durin

Los Angeles Dodgers' Yasiel Puig, left, gets congratulations from Joc Pederson, after Puig scored the third run on a single by Corey Seager against th

Los Angeles Dodgers' Corey Seager follows through on a three-run single in front of San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges during the sixth inning of

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu, right, catches a new ball as San Diego Padres' Wil Myers, left, rounds third base after hitting a s

Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager throws out San Diego Padres' Austin Hedges at first base during the fourth inning of a baseball game in Los

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers have become so accustomed to winning this season, they are almost stunned when they do not rally to pull out a game.

After losing the series opener to the San Diego Padres, the Dodgers were not about to go quietly Saturday after falling behind 3-1 in the sixth.

This time it was Corey Seager coming up with the big hit, his bases-loaded single leading to three runs in the Dodgers' 6-3 victory.

"It's just what we do," said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts. "Just continually to get guys on base and get that big hit."

With their 27th win in 32 games, the Dodgers improved the best record in the major leagues to 82-34, on pace for 115 wins.

Trailing 3-1 in the sixth, the Dodgers loaded the bases when Chase Utley doubled between walks to Yamani Grandal and Yasiel Puig from Craig Stammen (0-2). Seager followed with a tying single to right as Puig took third, and when Seager overran first and got caught in a rundown, Puig broke for home and with a headfirst slide beat the throw from first baseman Wil Myers.

"It was the right play," Myers said. "I saw Puig out of the corner of my eye but I pulled the throw a little. I rushed it."

Cody Bellinger homered in the seventh off Carter Capps and with 34 home runs is one shy of Mike Piazza's team rookie record. Chris Taylor went deep against Phil Maton in the eighth.

Tony Watson (6-4) pitched a perfect sixth inning for his first win since the Dodgers acquired him from Pittsburgh at the July 31 trade deadline. Kenley Jansen allowed a pair of singles starting the ninth, then retired three in a row, including the last two on strikeouts, for his 31st save in 32 chances.