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MLB: Arizona 10, San Francisco 2

  |   July 26, 2008 at 1:25 AM
SAN FRANCISCO, July 26 (UPI) -- Mark Reynolds drove in three runs with one of Arizona's three homers Friday and the Diamondbacks used two big innings to down San Francisco 10-2.

Arizona climbed back to the .500 mark and maintained a one-game lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers at the top of the NL West.

The Diamondbacks took control with a five-run second inning, when Stephen Drew and Chris Young both had a two-run double. Reynolds hit his three-run homer in the seventh and Chad Tracy had a solo shot later in the inning. Conor Jackson homered in the third.

All of that made things easy for Dan Haren (10-5), who gave up nine hits and two runs over eight innings.

Jonathan Sanchez (8-6) lasted just 2 2/3 in taking the loss. He was roughed up for six runs on five hits with four walks.

The Giants had won their previous three games.

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