Yasiel Puig, who was pinch hit for a day earlier for what Roberts called in-house reasons, scored on a wild pitch to pull the Dodgers within 5-3 in the seventh.
Roberts pointed to the cramp and hamstring and abductor issues Wood has dealt with, but Wood didn’t blame any physical issues on his performance.
Braves: RHP Julio Teheran (right thumb bruise) played catch Saturday. … RHP Mike Soroka (muscle strain near right shoulder) will come off the disabled list and start Wednesday against the Mets.
Dodgers: RHP Walker Buehler has bruised ribs, but scans and X-rays showed no further damage after the rookie was lifted from a start with pain in his side Friday. Buehler said Saturday he is uncertain how much time he’ll miss or if he’ll need to go on the disabled list. … LHP Rich Hill (blister) threw a four-inning sim game Saturday and Roberts said he threw the ball well. He threw 60 pitches without the blister covered. … Dennis Santana (right rotator cuff strain) was transferred from the 10-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list … INF Justin Turner (soreness left wrist) was not in the lineup for the fourth time in the last five games but is expected to be back Sunday. … RHP Kenta Maeda (right hip strain) is expected to throw a bullpen Sunday and if that goes well, the team can put him back in the rotation.
Treinen (3-1) retired five batters to win following a strong start Manaea. Winless since May 14, Manaea allowed six hits and two runs over 7 1/3 innings and had six strikeouts with no walks.
Kansas City’s offensive funk continued, although Moustakas gave his ballclub a jolt in the first inning when he laid down a bunt to beat Oakland’s defensive shift. But Moustakas was stranded at second, one of four runners the Royals left in scoring position.
He practices it and his mindset is he’s going to beat the shift, Kansas City manager Ned Yost said. If guys can do it, managers are going to have to make adjustments.
Alex Gordon doubled off Treinen with one out in the ninth and moved to third on a groundout before Drew Butera fouled out to Lucroy to end the game.
A fan sitting in the second deck behind home plate caught two foul balls on consecutive pitches, both of them bare-handed.