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PHOENIX (AP) -- Randy Wolf allowed only two hits in seven fantastic innings, outpitching Dan Haren to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers over the Arizona Diamondbacks 3-1 on Sunday.
With Chase Field's roof open on a dazzling afternoon, Wolf (1-1) helped the Dodgers take two of three in an early-season series between teams expected to contend in the NL West.
Wolf gave up a hit to his first batter, Felipe Lopez, who doubled over center fielder Juan Pierre's head. Lopez scored on a sacrifice fly by Stephen Drew, but that was all the Diamondbacks could muster against Wolf.