Conor Jackson high-fives third-base coach Chip Hale after his first-inning homer. (Matt York/AP)
By Mike Ritter / MLB.com
On '70s night at Chase Field, it's fitting that Conor Jackson -- the man they call "CoJack" -- sparked the offense with a solo homer in the first. That helped Dan Haren, who threw seven shutout innings and earned the win despite closer Brandon Lyon allowing two runs in the ninth.
a-Grounded out for Beimel in the 8th. b-Walked for Wade in the 9th.
BATTING 2B: Young (7, Lyon). HR: Kent (10, 9th inning off Lyon, 0 on, 0 out). TB: Kemp 2; Kent 4; Garciaparra; Loney; Young 3; Billingsley. RBI: Kent (41), Young (6). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: DeWitt; Martin; Kemp. GIDP: Martin. Team LOB: 8.
FIELDING PB: Martin (3). DP: 2 (Garciaparra-Kent-Loney, Loney-Garciaparra-Beimel).