Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw, who was making his third start since returning from the disabled list, could not get out of that wild second. It gave the D-backs double digits in the run column for the first time since scoring 13 runs in a win against the Rockies on Sept. 22. Paul Goldschmidt homered twice, had a career-high six RBIs and set a team record with five runs scored, helping the Arizona Diamondbacks bash the Los Angeles Dodgers 18-7 on Saturday night.
The D-backs notched franchise records in hits, extra-base hits and runs with an 18-7 victory over the Dodgers on Saturday night at Chase Field. Paul Goldschmidt homered twice, doubled twice and racked up a career-high six RBIs to power the slugfest.