This one started ugly and only got uglier as the game progressed. Randy Wolf wasn't fooling anyone, grooved fast balls down the middle of the plate and gave up seven runs in the first three innings.
Wolf loaded the bases with one out in the first and gave up four runs on four hits and a walk before the innings was over.
Prince had an RBI infield single in the second to make it 4-1. He also hit a homer in the sixth to bring him within one of the NL lead.
In the third, Wolf gave up a leadoff home run to Justin Upton and a two-run homer to Gerardo Parra, making it 7-1 after three innings. The Diamondbacks had nine hits with in the fourth inning after putting 17 hits on the board yesterday.
Wolf did manage to complete six innings, saving the bullpen from filling too many innings, which I guess is something. Marco Estrada filled two innings and Zach Braddock took the ninth - neither allowed a hit or a run.
Corey Hart hit a solo home run in the eighth to make it 7-3.