Dodgers 7, Diamondbacks 1
May. 24, 1998
PHOENIX (AP) _ Ramon Martinez pitched a two-hitter as the Los Angeles Dodgers got another strong pitching performance in beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-1 Saturday night.
Martinez (6-2) struck out six and walked none in his first complete game this season, the 37th of his career.
Andy Fox led off the first inning with a single and Brent Brede homered leading off the ninth, the first run scored by the Diamondbacks in 19 innings.
Los Angeles, which got a six-hit shutout from Darren Dreifort in Friday night's 5-0 win, hadn't allowed a run in 20 innings.
Before a record crowd of 48,369 at Bank One Ballpark, Raul Mondesi drove in three runs with a homer and a single, and Todd Hollandsworth had a two-run double.
Brian Anderson (1-6), winless in eight starts since beating the Dodgers 3-0 on April 8, allowed four runs and nine hits in 6 2-3 innings.
Los Angeles got an unearned run in the third when Hollandsworth hit a two-run double after Matt Williams booted Charles Johnson's grounder to third.
Bobby Bonilla had a single in the fifth and a triple in the sixth, scoring both times when Mondesi homered and singled. Los Angeles added two runs in the eighth on Jose Vizcaino's RBI single and Bonilla's run-scoring groundout.
Notes: The Dodgers are 17-3 when they have 10 or more hits. ... The Diamondbacks are 2-13 against the NL West. ... Arizona has drawn 1,002,958 in 22 home dates, becoming the first team this season to top one million. ... Twenty-five of the 30 runs scored on Anderson during his losing streak have come in the first three innings.