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Diamondbacks fall to Haren, Dodgers: By The Numbers

If it weren’t for former Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Dan Haren — and his bat, in particular — his former team might have beaten the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday.

Instead, a bases-clearing double in a four-run fourth for the Dodgers helped Haren beat Josh Collmenter and the Diamondbacks 6-4.

The Diamondbacks got to Haren early, using a leadoff double by shortstop Didi Gregorius and a two-run home run from Paul Goldschmidt to take the lead in the opening frame.

But the Dodgers offense settled in against Collmenter and gave Haren a bases loaded opportunity.

Despite a ninth-inning rally against Kenley Jansen for the second straight night, the Diamondbacks came up short, 6-4.

Here’s a look at the loss by the numbers:


Martin Prado is hitting .337 over his last 27 games with three home runs, five doubles, two triples and 16 RBI.


Recently claimed by the Diamondbacks, Jordan Pacheco collected his first hit in Sedona red on Saturday, with a pinch-hit single in the seventh.


Dodgers speedster second baseman Dee Gordon hit his third career home run on Saturday, knocking a line-drive two-run shot out of the park in the third inning.


Prado is now 5-for-10 with three home runs off of Kenley Jansen in his career, thanks to his ninth-inning solo shot to leftfield. He was 3-for-4 with two RBI on Saturday.


Didi Gregorius collected hits seven and eight on Saturday since being recalled earlier this month. He is now batting .296 with seven runs scored, three home runs and a double. His on-base percentage is up to .394.


Paul Goldschmidt collected his 50th RBI of the season with his two-run home run in the first Saturday. Only Giancarlo Stanton has more runs batted in among National League hitters this season, with 54.


Prado’s ninth-inning home run was the 1000th hit of his career.

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