Paul Goldschmidt didn't homer for the first time all series, but he went 3-for-3 with a run scored on Wednesday. He finished the series 8-for-12 with two home runs, five RBI, and four runs scored.
Miguel Montero went 2-for-4 with three RBI, including a two-run home run in the eighth inning that basically put the game away. Montero was 4-for-9 during the series with two home runs and six RBI.
Chris Johnson went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk, and ended his first series with Arizona by hitting .545 (6-for-11) with two home runs, a double, and seven RBI.
Those three supported Patrick Corbin, who pitched six scoreless innings for his third victory of the season. Stephen Fife, in his third major league start, allowed only two runs, but he allowed nine baserunners in his 4 1/3 innings. He was pulled with a runner on base down 2-0 in the fifth inning.
"My efficiency wasn't so good today. I was the next guy up in the lineup, and we were down 2-0," Fife said. "My role on this team is to get as deep as we can and give us a chance to win, and I gave up two too many runs today."
Victorino went 0-for-4 in his first game as a Dodger, but he wasn't the only Dodger to make his debut with the team on Wednesday. Brandon League pitched in relief in the eighth inning, allowing one of the two batters he faced to reach base. That runner scored on Montero's home run.
The Dodgers are off on Thursday, then open a series against the Chicago Cubs on Friday night at Dodger Stadium.
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