Flushing, NY (Sports Network) - In desperate need of a win, the Arizona
Diamondbacks were able to break through against one of the hottest pitchers in
Cody Ross cracked a three-run homer and the D'backs roughed up Matt Harvey to
take a 5-3 victory from the New York Mets and end a season-worst five-game
Arizona had dropped the first two of this four-game set and eight of nine
overall coming into Wednesday's affair, but were able to pound out five runs
against Harvey (7-2) over the sixth and seventh frames to mount a sustainable
lead on a rainy night at Citi Field.
Eric Chavez and Miguel Montero each had two hits and an RBI, while Randall
Delgado (1-2) picked up his first win in an Arizona uniform with nine
strikeouts over seven innings of two-run ball.
It was the most runs Harvey has allowed in a start all season, with the right-
handed hurler serving up nine hits and yielding three walks over six-plus
frames. He did strike out nine batters.
David Wright, Josh Satin and Daniel Murphy each homered to account for New
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