PHOENIX -- Randy Johnson threw a six-hitter in his 29th career shutout and Reggie Sanders homered for the seventh time in six games as Arizona beat the Florida Marlins 9-0 Monday night.
Johnson (3-2) struck out 10 and walked none in his second complete game in a row and his first home victory of the season.
Sanders, the National League player of the week, hit a three-run homer in the Diamondbacks' six-run fifth inning.
Ryan Dempster (2-2), who had allowed just seven earned runs in his first four starts, gave up eight runs in 4 1-3 innings. He gave up five hits, struck out two, walked four and hit a batter.
Braves 9, Astros 7
HOUSTON -- Tom Glavine earned his ninth straight victory in Houston, overcoming a rare double error on Gold Glove center fielder Andruw Jones to help the Atlanta Braves beat the Astros.
Down 9-5, the Astros scored twice in the ninth inning off John Rocker. With runners on second and third, Rocker retired pinch-hitter Tony Eusebio on a fly ball to end it.
Glavine (2-1) lost his first eight career decisions at Houston. He's gone 9-0 in 11 starts at the Astrodome and Enron Field since his last loss on June 25, 1991.
The Braves, swept in a three-game weekend series at Philadelphia, broke loose with their bats.
They had been averaging only 2.79 runs through their first 19 games, but topped that in the first inning on Chipper Jones' two-run double and Brian Jordan's sacrifice fly off Octavio Dotel (1-2).
Andruw Jones, who made only two errors last season, bobbled a single by Julio Lugo in the fifth. Jones then made a throwing error, allowing Lugo to score on the play.
Phillies 5, Padres 3
SAN DIEGO -- The Philadelphia Phillies gave Larry Bowa a win in his first game against the team he managed in the late 1980s, with home runs by Travis Lee and Scott Rolen helping beat the San Diego Padres.
Both homers came off Adam Eaton (2-2), who was Philadelphia's first-round pick in the June 1996 draft.
Bowa has the Phillies in first place in the NL East in his first managerial job since he was with the Padres. He managed San Diego from 1987 until he was fired on May 28, 1988, after a 16-30 start.
Philadelphia, coming off a three-game sweep of the Atlanta Braves, handed the Padres their seventh loss in eight games.
Bruce Chen (1-1) was the winner and Ricky Bottalico got his first save.
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