Phoenix, AZ (Sports Network) – Arizona rookie right-hander Barry Enright turned in eight solid innings following a shaky start, and the Diamondbacks beat the New York Mets, 3-2, in the second portion of a three-game series at Chase Field.
Enright (2-2), making just his fourth career start, limited New York to one run on five hits, walked one and struck out eight. He also recorded his first major league hit as well as his first RBI.
Justin Upton hit a solo home run and Gerardo Parra stroked an RBI triple for the Diamondbacks, who posted a 13-2 win Monday to snap a four-game losing streak.
Josh Thole and Angel Pagan both homered for the Mets, who have been held to four or fewer runs in 11 straight games, going 3-8 during that span.
R.A. Dickey gave up three runs on seven hits over seven innings to take the loss. The knuckleballer is 0-4 in his past five outings after starting the 2010 campaign 6-0 over his first seven trips to the mound.