PHOENIX (AP) — Nick Hundley homered and the San Diego Padres held on for a 7-6 victory Sunday that snapped the Arizona Diamondbacks' franchise-record home winning streak at 15 games.
Hundley, Jesus Guzman and James Darnell had two RBIs apiece for the Padres, who ended a three-game losing streak and won for just the second time in seven games.
San Diego starter Wade LeBlanc (3-5) went 5 2-3 innings and allowed four runs and four hits while snapping a personal three-game losing streak. Heath Bell, who allowed two homers in the ninth on Saturday, got three outs for his 37th save in 42 chances.
Henry Blanco homered and Chris Young added a two-run double for the NL West-leading Diamondbacks.
Backed by LeBlanc's one-hit pitching over the first five innings, San Diego built a 7-0 lead against Josh Collmenter (9-9).
Darnell drove in Hundley with an RBI single in the second, then hit a sacrifice fly in the third. Guzman had an RBI single and Anthony Rizzo drew a bases-loaded walk in the third to put the Padres ahead 4-0.
Hundley hit a two-run shot in the fifth for his eighth homer, giving San Diego a 6-0 lead and ending Collmenter's day. Guzman added a run-scoring double in the seventh.
Then the Diamondbacks made things interesting.
Blanco, Arizona's regular Sunday catcher, led off the sixth with a line drive over the wall in left. Reliever Zach Duke singled to center, Gerardo Parra reached on a one-out single and Paul Goldschmidt walked to load the bases and chase LeBlanc.
Chris Young hit a two-run double to left off Erik Hamren, and Colin Cowgill brought home Goldschmidt and Young with a single to center that trimmed San Diego's lead to 7-5.
The Diamondbacks pulled within one in the seventh when Blanco singled, went to second when pinch-hitter Geoff Blum was hit by a pitch and scored on pinch-hitter Justin Upton's groundout.
Collmenter gave up six runs and seven hits, walked three and struck out two.
NOTES: Arizona's last home loss was on August 8, a 9-1 defeat against the Houston Astros. The Diamondbacks won the next three games of the series to begin a seven-game winning streak. . Darnell has driven in five runs in his past two games. . The Padres dropped their formal protest of the Diamondbacks' 6-5, extra-inning victory on Saturday.