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Randy Johnson gets his 297th career victory

The Giants left-hander pitches seven scoreless innings in 3-2 win over the Rockies.

May 02, 2009|Associated Press

at San Francisco 3, Colorado 2: Randy Johnson yielded four hits and struck out nine over seven scoreless innings in his 297th victory.

Cincinnati 4, at Pittsburgh 0: Bronson Arroyo gave up four singles over eight innings, and the Reds ran the Pirates' scoreless-innings streak to 22.

St. Louis 6, at Washington 2: The Cardinals hit a season-high four home runs, by Albert Pujols, Chris Duncan, Ryan Ludwick and Joe Thurston.

at Chicago 8, Florida 6: Ryan Theriot's first grand slam, the eighth homer of his career, lifted the Cubs.

Arizona 5, at Milwaukee 2: Pinch-hitter Tony Clark's two-run double highlighted the Diamondbacks' four-run eighth inning.

at Atlanta 7, Houston 2: Jeff Francoeur's two-run homer helped the Braves spoil Astros pitcher Mike Hampton's return to Atlanta.

at Dodgers 1, San Diego 0: Russell Martin's bases-loaded walk won it in the ninth inning.

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