PHOENIX -- Eric Stults got a little support for a change, and the result was a 6-5 victory for the San Diego Padres over the Arizona, extending the Diamondbacks losing streak to a season-worst seven games. Stan Brock Jersey . Friday nights game marked only the third time in his 29 starts this season that the Padres have scored more than three runs for the left-hander. "Ive said repeatedly that hes the victim of the least amount of run support in the game," San Diego manager Bud Black said. In Stults previous three starts, all losses, the Padres had scored a total of two runs. "This year has just been one of those years," he said. "Ive played on a lot of teams where there always seems to be one guy that doesnt get a lot of run support. Guys play hard. Obviously theyve been trying." Stults (7-16), tied with Philadelphias A.J. Burnett and the Los Angeles Dodgers Kevin Correia for most losses in the majors, allowed five runs -- two earned -- and seven hits in six innings. "They nicked him for some runs, but that was a win that he deserved," Black said. "I thought he pitched well." A.J. Pollock had three hits for the Diamondbacks, including a three-run homer after third baseman Yangervis Solartes two-out error in Arizonas four-run fifth inning. Vidal Nuno (0-6) gave up six runs, the most in his 12 starts since coming to Arizona in a trade with the New York Yankees, where he was 2-5. Nuno allowed two or fewer runs in each of his previous five starts. "Nuno has been throwing the ball great for us and tonight he didnt have his good stuff," Diamondbacks manager Kirk Gibson said. "The ball was elevated. He couldnt get it down. He didnt have the action on his pitches." Padres shortstop Alexi Amarista robbed Jake Lamb of a hit in the ninth inning with a diving stop, getting a forceout at second. "It would have been a completely different ballgame if we got that runner on," Pollock said. Arizona went on to put runners at first and third with two outs in the ninth against Kevin Quackenbush before pinch-hitter Aaron Hill flied out to left. Quackenbush got his third save as San Diego won for only the second time in nine games. San Diego scored two runs in the first, the second on Cameron Maybins triple to left-centre. The Padres added two in the third on Jedd Gyorkos RBI double and Yasmani Grandals run-scoring single. Rene Rivera hit a solo homer on a 1-2 pitch from Nuno in the fifth. Arizona rallied with four runs, one earned, in the fifth to cut the lead to 6-5. Lamb led off with a triple and scored on Nolan Reimolds pinch-hit single. Solarte booted Chris Owings two-out grounder, and Pollock hit the next pitch over the wall in left. The Diamondbacks are 1-11 in Nunos starts. TRAINERS ROOM Padres: OF Will Venable was out of the lineup after leaving Wednesdays game against the Los Angeles Dodgers with a back strain. ... OF Abraham Almonte (soreness) has been out for the past week. Diamondbacks: OF David Peralta has been out of the lineup since Saturday with a sore back. He was awaiting results of an MRI. ... RHP Matt Reynolds, coming off Tommy John surgery, threw a bullpen session. UP NEXT Padres: RHP Tyson Ross (13-13, 2.66 ERA) has gone at least six innings in 23 of his last 28 starts. In that span, his ERA is 2.57. The Padres have won seven of Ross last 10 starts. Diamondbacks: Rookie RHP Chase Anderson (8-6, 3.71) is one-third of an inning shy of his professional high (137 2-3.) He is 5-2 with a 3.45 ERA against NL West foes. POLLOCKS BACK Pollock is batting .370 (10 for 27) in eight games since returning from the disabled list on Sept. 5. His home run was his first since coming back. The centre fielder also threw out Amarista trying to stretch a single. Pollock missed three months with a broken right hand, the result of being hit by a pitch from Cincinnatis Johnny Cueto. FINALLY SOME OFFENSE Both teams had been weak at the plate. Arizonas five runs were by far its most during the losing streak. The Diamondbacks had totalled eight in their previous six games, never more than two in any of them. San Diegos six runs matched its most in the last nine games. In five of those, the Padres scored a combined two runs and were shut out three times. Latavius Murray Jersey . The club was unable to retain hitting coach Kevin Seitzer, who is bound for Atlanta. Seitzer replaces Greg Walker, who was assisted by Scott Fletcher this season as the Braves finished 79-83. Bennie Thompson Jersey . 8 Sergio Parisse for its penultimate Six Nations match against Ireland at Lansdowne Road.For the second night in a row, the Winnipeg Goldeyes were able to take an early lead against the Amarillo Sox and never look back. On Saturday night, Winnipegs strong offense was again accompanied by some fantastic pitching which gave the Fish a commanding victory. The Goldeyes (2-1) beat the Sox (2-1) 12-2. With the win, the Fish take a 2-1 advantage in the two teams four-game season-opening series at Amarillo National Bank Sox Stadium. In the first, with the two lead-off Winnipeg batters having already been retired, Ray Sadler got on base with a single. Reggie Abercrombie then stepped to the plate and hit a two-run home run to open the scoring. Matt Jackson then provided the Goldeyes with some fantastic pitching. Jackson allowed only four hits in his six and one-third innings of work. He struck out five, and only gave up one walk. "It was a repeat of last night with Jarvis," Goldeyes Pitching Coach Jamie Vermilyea said of Jackson on the Jewel 101 Post-Game Show, "throwing strikes and dictating each at bat." The Goldeyes offense went back to work in the top of the third. They got three runs in the frame, one on a RBI from Jake Blackwood, one on a RBI from Sadler, and one on a Sox fielding error. Winnipegs bats were quiet in the fourth through seventh innings, but their offense picked itt back up in the eighth. Custom New Orleans Saints Jerseys. Ryan Pineda led off the top of the inning with a solo home run. Luis Alen then hit a single, and would eventually come around to score on an error. Sadler and Abercrombie would get on base, and then Josh Mazzola stepped up and hit a three-run home run. The Fish didnt stop there. In the top of the ninth, the Goldeyes loaded the bases, and Sadler hit a two RBI single that scored Kuhn and Jordan Guida — who was pinch-hitting for Alen. Sadler would end the night going an impressive four for six at the plate, with three runs, and three RBI. "When youve got your three-hole hitter locked in, good things are going to happen," said Vermilyea. The Goldeyes bullpen pitched extremely well, and was able to keep the shutout intact until the bottom of the ninth, when the Sox were able to score their two runs. One of which came on the first professional hit for Sox player Josh Miller. The 12 runs that the Goldeyes scored are the most theyve put on the scoreboard so far this season. The Goldeyes will play one more game against the Sox tomorrow at 6 p.m. with the expected pitching match-up to be Winnipegs Nick Hernandez against Amarillos Michael Nannini. The Goldeyes then head to Laredo to take on the Laredo Lemurs in a three-series that starts Monday. ' ' '