Seth Lugo, Paul Sewald, and Fernando Salas combined to allow five home runs in the Mets' 7-4 loss to the Dodgers on Saturday.
Lugo kept the Dodgers off the board for the first five innings but allowed two home runs in the sixth. Chris Taylor hit a solo shot for the Dodgers' first run, then Cody Bellinger hit a two-run homer three batters later. Lugo was pulled with two outs in the sixth inning after allowing three runs on four hits while striking out five batters in a no-decision.
In the seventh inning, Yasiel Puig and Justin Tumer each hit solo home runs off Sewald, while Corey Seager hit the team's fifth home run of the day with a two-run shot in the ninth off Salas.
It marked the second time the Dodgers hit five home runs in a game against the Mets this season after they accomplished the same feat on June 20 at Dodger Stadium.
Lugo has allowed 10 home runs this year, while Salas has allowed seven and Sewald has allowed five. The Mets have allowed 150 home runs this season, which is the second-most in the NL behind only the Reds.