Series: Game 2 of 2

Series tied 1-1 (as of 7/10)

Game 1: Wednesday, July 9
San Diego3Final
Game 2: Thursday, July 10
San Diego14Final

Padres 14

(34-58, 16-29 away)

Diamondbacks 2

(51-40, 27-19 home)

    6:05 PM ET, July 10, 2003

    Chase Field, Phoenix, Arizona 

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    SD 040040040 12 15 0
    ARI 101000000 2 9 0

    W: K. Jarvis (2-2)

    L: E. Dessens (5-6)

    Burroughs boosts San Diego stroll

    PHOENIX (AP) -- Sean Burroughs made sure the San Diego Padres had at least one big bat.

    The 22-year-old third baseman hit a three-run homer, doubled twice and scored three runs as the Padres routed Arizona 14-2 Thursday, ending the Diamondbacks' 11-game home winning streak.

    Ryan Klesko, who leads San Diego in homers and RBI, sat out his third straight game with a respiratory illness.

    "You're missing your key slugger in Ryno; it's amazing that we scored 14," Burroughs said. "But I wouldn't put it past us. We've got guys that can come in and hit the ball around."

    Mark Kotsay, Mark Loretta and pitcher Kevin Jarvis drove in two runs apiece for the Padres, who snapped Arizona's four-game winning streak. San Diego won for the ninth time in 12 games.

    "Our wins, usually they're tight ballgames," manager Bruce Bochy said. "We're not the type of team to bang out a lot of runs. But tonight we did. Things went our way, and hitting got contagious there."

    The 14 runs were a season high for the Padres and the most allowed this year by the Diamondbacks, who had won 18 of their previous 21 games.

    Arizona had tied a team record set in May 2000 for its longest winning string at Bank One Ballpark.

    "When you're running off a streak like we did, 12 in a row and 11 consecutive wins at home, sometimes it's good to get something like this out of the way, because sooner or later the law of averages is going to catch up to you," Luis Gonzalez said.

    Jarvis (2-2), who didn't get into the rotation until June 13 because of an elbow strain, won his second straight after going 0-2 in four starts. He allowed two runs on seven hits and three walks in six innings.

    Jarvis also had an RBI single in the second inning and drew a bases-loaded walk in the six-run fifth.

    Burroughs, who was 3-for-5, homered in the eighth off Andrew Good. Kotsay and Loretta had three hits apiece. Kotsay had a two-run double off Brady Raggio after Jarvis' walk made it 6-2 in the fifth.

    Loretta brought home two runners with a single to left field.

    Elmer Dessens (5-6) had his shortest start since May 20, another 4 1/3 inning effort in a 6-5 loss to San Francisco. He gave up seven runs on 10 hits and a walk, getting just two strikeouts.

    "Elmer threw a lot of pitches down Main Street," Diamondbacks manager Bob Brenly said. "I talked to Mo (catcher Chad Moeller) about it after the second inning and again after the third inning, and he said the ball was moving good and the velocity was good.

    "There were just a lot of pitches in the big part of the strike zone."

    The Padres took a 4-1 lead in the second inning, which Burroughs started with a double.

    Ramon Vazquez, Jarvis and Rondell White had RBI singles during the rally, and Miguel Ojeda drove in a run with a groundout.

    The Diamondbacks, who led after Gonzalez's sacrifice fly in the first, got to 4-2 in the third on Steve Finley's run-scoring single. Alex Cintron singled and Moeller walked behind Finley, but Jarvis escaped further damage when he got Quinton McCracken to ground out to first.

    "In order for the team to be successful, as a starting pitcher especially, you're going to have to work out of some jams," Jarvis said. "Fortunately, we minimized the damage early."

    Game notes

    The Padres have been tough on Dessens, who has allowed 18 runs in 15 innings in his three starts against them this year. ... Burroughs has a 14-game streak of reaching base safely. ... Before the game, Arizona announced RHP Curt Schilling as its starter Saturday against San Francisco. Schilling has been on the DL with a broken hand since May 31. ... The Diamondbacks optioned LHP Chris Capuano to Triple-A Tucson and recalled OF Luis Terrero from Tucson. Terrero played CF the last two innings as a defensive replacement. ... The most previous runs by a Diamondbacks opponent this season was 12 by Colorado on April 15.

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