Paul Goldschmidt hit a two-run double and made an important catch to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks to their sixth straight win, a 5-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Saturday.
The Diamondbacks improved to 43-26, tied the best record in franchise history after 69 games.
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Philadelphia fell for sixth in a row against Arizona and has lost 10 of the last 11 overall.
Daniel Descalso broke the tie with a single during a four-run offense in the seventh inning.
The Mexican Jorge De La Rosa (3-1) won in relay work by removing two enemies and take a wallet.
Edubray Ramos (0-4) allowed three runs and two hits to take the loss.
For the Diamondbacks, David Peralta of Venezuela 5-1.
For the Phillies, the Venezuelans Odúbel Herrera of 5-1; Freddy Galvis of 3-1; Andrés Blanco of 1-0. The Dominican Maikel Franco of 3-0 with an annotated one.