PHOENIX (AP) -- Miguel Montero drove in the go-ahead runs with a ground-rule double, Gerardo Parra made two critical defensive plays and hit a two-run single, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat San Diego 7-4 Tuesday night to hand the NL West-leading Padres their sixth straight loss.
The Padres led 3-2 to start the fifth inning. Parra stole a hit from Miguel Tejada with a diving catch near the right-field foul line, then ended the inning by bringing in a deep fly ball from Adrian Gonzalez at the wall.
In the bottom half, the Diamondbacks batted around. San Diego's failure to turn a double play on Rusty Ryal's sharp grounder to third put runners at the corners with one out. After a walk, Chris Young tied the game with an RBI single.