Paul Goldschmidt, center, helped the Diamondbacks improve to 3-0 on their eight-game homestand with his ninth-inning blast.
Mets outfielder Marlon Byrd is tagged out at home going for an-inside-the-park homer in the second inning.
PHOENIX - Paul Goldschmidt homered to the opposite field with one out in the ninth inning to give the Arizona Diamondbacks a 5-4 victory over the New York Mets on Friday night.
Ian Kennedy allowed only two runs in six innings, but took the loss to fall to 3-7. He hasn't won in eight starts since beating the Cubs on June 1 in Chicago.
SAN FRANCISCO - Chad Gaudin struck out eight in seven scoreless innings to build on his impressive monthlong stretch, All-Star Buster Posey hit an RBI double, and the San Francisco Giants beat the first-place Arizona Diamondbacks 2-0 on Friday night.
PHOENIX - Patrick Corbin matched a career high with 10 strikeouts for the second straight start, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Milwaukee Brewers 2-1 on Friday night.
After the Braves retired Chipper Jones' number, Julio Teheran went out and pitched six strong innings for the victory.
ATLANTA - Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez didn't want his team to have any hiccups following Chipper Jones' big celebration at Turner Field.
Willie Bloomquist greets Paul Goldschmidt at the plate after Goldschmidt hit the first of his two homers. He has 19, one fewer than he hit last season.
Wade Miley threw 104 pitches but couldn't get through the fifth inning. He slipped during a pitch four batters before leaving but seemed to be OK.
PHOENIX - Paul Goldschmidt homered twice, and the Diamondbacks beat the Reds 11-5 Friday night in Johnny Cueto's worst outing in three seasons.
Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson gets the ball from Ian Kennedy, who was chased by a three-run Dodgers sixth.
PHOENIX - Hyun-Jin Ryu struck out nine in six innings, getting his first three major league hits in the process, and the Los Angeles Dodgers held off the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-5 Saturday night.
Arizona's Aaron Hill dives but can't stop a ball off the bat of Cardinal Daniel Descalso in the third inning.
Arizona's Brandon McCarthy throws during the second inning of Wednesday's game, which lasted 16 innings and edged past midnight to become the longest game in Chase Field history - 5 hours 32 minutes.
Three games into the season might seem like a premature time to start talking about resting a player.
DENVER - Jamie Moyer handcuffed the Arizona Diamondbacks at the plate and in the field, pitching neatly into the seventh and driving in two runs with an infield single in Colorado's 6-1 win Wednesday night.
D-backs left fielder Jason Kubel snags a blooper in the seventh, but umpires later ruled it a trap, even though TV replays showed a catch.
Josh Collmenter had not seen the sixth inning this season, let alone the seventh, and considering the Diamondbacks made a roster move to add a multi-inning reliever before the game, the team was preparing for the possibility of another short night for the right-hander Tuesday.
DENVER - Todd Helton insisted the credit for Colorado's comeback should go to the Rockies' brilliant bullpen and not his big bat.