D-backs ran out of gunpowder again in LA

Alex Wood pitched three hits in seven innings to start his season 10-0 and the Los Angeles Dodgers, the NL leaders, beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 1-0 on Wednesday.

Wood became the first Dodgers starter to make a 10-0 record since Don Newcombe in 1955 when the Brooklyn Dodgers won the first of six franchise titles in the World Series.

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The left-hander of 26 years has not lost since May 30, 2016, which means 13 consecutive starts. Wood struck out 10 and gave two tickets.

The Cesarzole├▒o Kenley Jansen worked in the ninth to sign his 20th save in as many opportunities.

He set the stage for what could have been the tie race by admitting a single with two outs from Brando Drury, before striking out Chris Herrmann to end the game.

Arizona pitcher Zack Godley (3-3) allowed one run and three hits in five innings and two-thirds.

Chris Taylor scored from first baseman in the second inning thanks to a double tug from Yasmani Grandal to center.

For the Diamondbacks, Gr├ęgor Blanco 4-1 and Dominican Ketel Mars 3-0.

By the Dodgers, Cubans Yasmani Grandal 3-1 with a tow and Yasiel Puig 1-0.