Justin Turner led the offensive charge to support Kershaw, going deep and driving in five runs, as the Dodgers took two of three on the road. Turner tied career highs with four hits and five RBI, as his three-run home run in the ninth got him there. His long ball came against position player, Andrew Romine, as he extended his hitting streak to 13 games.
The 30-year-old Kershaw's 150th win comes with just 69 losses, as he walked just one to lead his team to their 35th road win of the year.
He got early run support with a five-run first inning, which was headlined by Enrique Hernandez's RBI single. Hernandez added his 18th home run of the season and a bases loaded walk, while Cody Bellinger contributed three hits and two RBI to extend his hitting streak to 12 games.
Roenis Elias suffered his first loss in his first start since July 31st after returning from the disabled list, where he was out with a left triceps strain. He lasted just three innings and allowed five runs on seven hits. The Mariners' bullpen also struggled, as the Dodgers scored in five of the final six innings in their third win in the past four games.
Ryon Healy singled home the lone run for the Mariners, who will host the Houston Astros beginning on Monday night. The Dodgers will return home on Monday night to battle the red-hot St. Louis Cardinals.