MLB: San Diego 2, Arizona 1

June 15, 2013 at 1:14 AM

SAN DIEGO, June 15 (UPI) -- Eric Stults allowed three hits in throwing his first complete game in 4 years Friday, sending San Diego to a 2-1 victory over Arizona.

The Padres won their fourth in a row thanks to a 104-pitch performance by Stults (6-5), who struck out three and walked one.

Two of the Arizona runners came in the first inning, during which Cody Ross delivered a sacrifice fly that brought home the Diamondbacks' only run.

Miguel Montero singled for Arizona with two away in the fourth and Stults then retired 14 men in a row before allowing a one-out single in the ninth. Stults got Paul Goldschmidt on a fly ball to right and Ross on a fielder's choice grounder to finish off the third complete game of his seven-year career.

San Diego's runs came on a two-RBI single by Logan Forsythe in the sixth. The runs were charged to Trevor Cahill (3-8), who struck out 10 in 5 2/3 innings of work.

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