Garcia, the subject of trade speculation lately, limited Los Angeles to three runs over seven innings as the Braves won their second straight at Dodger Stadium. The NL West leaders hadn't lost two in a row since June 5-6 against Washington. They've been outscored 18-6 in the first two games of the series.
It was the Dodgers' most lopsided defeat of the season.
Wood (11-1) got knocked around by his former team. The All-Star left-hander gave up nine runs -- seven earned -- and nine hits in 4 2/3 innings, tying his shortest start since joining the rotation April 21. He struck out four and walked four.
Wood allowed season highs in runs and hits while throwing a season-most 100 pitches. He hadn't lost at home since Sept. 22, 2015.
In Wood's previous 12 starts, he notched 10 wins while allowing a total of 10 earned runs in 73 innings.
Garcia (4-7) had been the center of trade talk ahead of this start that had the left-hander going to Minnesota for a minor leaguer. He shook all that off and allowed seven hits while striking out four and walking one.
Tyler Flowers hit a three-run homer off Grant Dayton in the sixth for the Braves, who improved to 3-8 at Dodger Stadium since the start of the 2014 season. Flowers finished 2 for 4, driving in four runs and scoring twice.
Garcia chased Wood with his two-out grand slam in the fifth that extended Atlanta's lead to 9-0. Wood handed the ball to manager Dave Roberts, grabbed his jacket in the dugout and disappeared into the clubhouse.
Wood's fielding was suspect, too.
He couldn't handle a routine popup by Garcia near the first base line with two outs in the fourth, costing the Dodgers two more runs. With first baseman Cody Bellinger watching helplessly, the ball hit the heel of Wood's glove and caromed into foul territory. Expecting the inning to be over, Sean Rodriguez nearly ran up on Nick Markakis' heels at the plate as they both scored on the error to make it 4-0.
The Braves jumped all over Wood in the first inning. He gave up consecutive hits to open the game, with Johan Camargo's double driving in the first run. Flowers made it 2-0 on a two-out RBI single.
Atlanta increased its lead to 6-0 on Freddie Freeman's homer leading off the fifth.
Dodgers: RHP Brandon McCarthy could be given extra rest before his next start after being bothered by a finger blister in his four-inning outing Thursday. ... 1B Adrian Gonzalez, on the DL since June 12 with a herniated disk in his back, took grounders before the game. He is expected back sometime in August. ... OF Andre Ethier, who hasn't played this season because of the same injury as Gonzalez, could return in September when rosters expand. ... LHP Scott Kazmir, who hasn't pitched in the majors this season while struggling with velocity issues, is in Houston to work with a specialist on his body mechanics. ... OF Andrew Toles, out for the rest of the season after surgery for a torn right ACL, is recovering well and expected to be ready for the start of spring training.
Atlanta placed C Kurt Suzuki on the bereavement list to attend his grandfather's funeral in Hawaii. He's expected to rejoin the team Monday in Arizona. ... The Braves selected the contract of C Anthony Recker from Triple-A Gwinnett. He rejoins them for the second time this season after going 1 for 7 at the plate in his first stint. ... To make room on the 40-man roster, LHP Eric O'Flaherty was released.
Braves: RHP Julio Teheran (7-7, 4.69 ERA) is 0-5 with a 5.50 ERA against the Dodgers in his career.
Dodgers: LHP Rich Hill (6-4, 3.55) goes against the Braves for the first time since August 2013 when he was with Cleveland. He is 3-0 in seven career games (five starts) against Atlanta with a 1.89 ERA.
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