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LOS ANGELES -- Rookie Braden Shipley proved he is one quick learner. Wholesale NFL Jerseys .Arizonas 2013 first-round draft pick turned his second career start into his first major league victory with six scoreless innings Saturday night as the Diamondbacks beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-2.I was just sticking with my plan, you know, staying down in the zone, using my sinker effectively, said Braden, who got 11 ground-ball outs five days after surrendering three home runs in his major league debut. Thats kind of what I knew that I had to do coming into the night. Just work down in the zone, and mix pitches, and use that sinker.Shipley (1-1) held the Dodgers to five hits in his second career start as the Diamondbacks won for only the third time in 11 games. He struck out four and walked one.Obvioulsy, a lot of ground-ball outs, so hes getting the ball down. His ball had some movement downward, Arizona manager Chip Hale said. Curveball looked good. Changeup was better than it was the first night, and he just located the fastball.Jean Segura led the Diamondbacks out of the gate with a leadoff homer and Arizona had a 2-0 lead before Shipley took the hill.Segura hit Scott Kazmirs third pitch of the game over the left-field fence for his fourth leadoff home run of the season. He added an RBI double in the second, and is hitting .396 (19 for 48) over his last 12 games.Hes going to challenge Rickey Henderson pretty soon, Hale said with a smile. Hes done a really nice job for us.Kazmir (9-4) gave up four runs and eight hits in 6 2/3 innings. The left-hander entered the game as the National Leagues only undefeated pitcher -- minimum of 10 starts -- since May 14, going 7-0 with a 3.73 ERA in 13 starts.We just let this one slip away, Kazmir said. Giving up three early in the same, really setting the tone. Shipley, he was great out there. You have to tip your cap to him.Joc Pederson hit his 15th home run, and second in two nights, with two outs in the ninth inning for Los Angeles, which lost for the second time in six games.The Dodgers fell two games behind division-leading San Francisco. Los Angeles went 17-9 from June 26 through Friday night, and had cut the Giants division lead from 6 1/2 games to one since the All Star break.Brandon Drury singled home Phil Gosselin with two outs in the seventh for Arizonas final run. Gosselin had been called out stretching a single into a double, but the Diamondbacks challenged the call and it was overturned after a 1-minute, 27-second review.Jake Barrett got the final four outs for his third save.Chris Owings broke out of a 2-for-22 slump by flaring an RBI single to the opposite field in the second for Arizona, which came into the game with a NL-leading .277 batting average against left-handed pitching.Scott Van Slykes RBI single scored Andrew Toles, who walked and took second base on a passed ball, made the score 4-1 in the seventh.Corey Seager drilled his 30th double of the season with two outs in the third, tying the Dodgers rookie record for doubles set by Eric Karros in 1992.Shipley went 8-5 with a 3.69 ERA in 19 starts at Triple-A Reno before being called up. The 24-year-old right-hander lost his big league debut against Milwaukee on Monday night, giving up six runs in 5 1/3 innings.WINNING FORMULAThe Diamondbacks improved their record to 20-1 this season when allowing three runs or fewer on the road, trailing only the 1981 Cardinals (21-1) in this scenario since 1901.NO GOLD HEREPaul Goldschmidt, who torched Los Angeles for 21 doubles, 24 home runs and 74 RBI in his first 86 games against the Dodgers -- including 3 for 5 with 3 RBI in the series opener -- went 0 for 4 in this game.TRAINERS ROOMDiamondbacks: Zach Greinke pitched three innings in a rehab start Friday night in an Arizona rookie league game interrupted by a thunderstorm. Greinke, who threw 52 pitches, is expected to make one more minor-league start before returning to the Diamondbacks in 10 days or so, said Manager Chip Hale. ... Arizona sent LHP Zac Curtis to Double-A and designated RHP Josh Collmenter and INF-OF Micahel Freeman for assignment on Saturday.Dodgers: Los Angeles will make a decision in the next few days whether to activate INF Kike Hernandez (left ribcage inflammation). ... Nothing new on LHP Clayton Kershaw, who continues to rehab with core and back strengthening exercises. He has not resumed any baseball activities with no timetable for a return, said manager Dave Roberts.UP NEXTDiamondbacks: LHP Patrick Corbin will make his fourth start of the season against the Dodgers in the series finale on Sunday. Corbin is 0-2 with a 5.51 ERA this year, but has a 2-1 record with a 3.25 ERA in five career starts at Dodger Stadium.Dodgers: RHP Bud Norris (6-9,4.27) makes his seventh start for the Dodgers since being acquired from Atlanta in June. Over his last 10 games -- including nine starts -- Norris is 5-2 with a 3.40 ERA, striking out 59 batters in 53 innings.Discount Jerseys . 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"Were constantly talking about different things to do that might make the team better," said Gibbons. "Hes told me, too, the phones have definitely heated up. Whether something will happen or not with our guys I dont know but there is definitely some interest in some of our guys." Long ago seems the day when, in spring training, Anthopoulos suggested there would be additional money available should the opportunity arise to acquire a player at the deadline. Now the Blue Jays are caught in limbo. Neither buyers or sellers, the club would be willing to add controllable players, still years away from big payoffs in free agency, but wouldnt mind parting with high salary guys. "I dont think were at the point where were looking to next year," said Gibbons. "Its going to take some kind of tremendous run to get us back in this thing but you never know what happens, really. I dont see a change in attitude of the guys. Theyre all disappointed. They all realize we havent lived up to expectations but I dont necessarily see a change in the clubhouse or things like that. But its going to take a serious run." Darren Oliver seems as likely as anyone to be dealt before Wednesdays 4 p.m. ET deadline. At 42 years old, Oliver wavered last offseason about whether to return or retire. Lacking a World Series ring and with a $3-million option exercised by the Blue Jays, Oliver figured hed take one more shot at a championship. He wont realize the dream in Toronto. Not this year. Do right by the player and acquire a prospect who may one day be an asset. Rajai Davis, an impending free agent, and Emilio Bonifacio, who is arbitration eligible, are speedsters who could draw interest from contending clubs looking to supplement their bench Bonifacios time in Toronto has been forgettable, to the point now where his next start will be the first since the All-Star break. He seems better suited to a National League team, for whom he could be a late-game replacement when managers employ the double switch. Stitched Jerseys. If someone is calling about Josh Johnson, the Jays would be wise to explore the trade possibility. Otherwise, its likely the Jays qualify Johnson in the offseason, he accepts and returns on a one year contract worth about $14-million. Can Toronto run the risk of Johnson repeating his miserable 2013? Mark Buehrle may attract interest from teams looking for starting pitching depth. His heavy price tag over the next two seasons ($18-million in 2014, $19-million in 2015) would be the largest impediment to any deal. The Blue Jays, should they elect to move Buehrle, may have to eat some salary or take less than value in return to offset the money. A winner and a solid clubhouse presence, Buehrle would be missed if he were moved. Casey Janssen, Steve Delabar and Brett Cecil would be attractive to contenders looking to solidify their bullpens, although Delabar and Cecil still have multiple seasons of club control and could anchor Torontos relief corps for years to come. Janssen, who has a budget friendly $4-million club option for 2014, has converted 18 of 20 save opportunities and 40 of 45 since assuming the closers role in May, 2012. He presents an opportunity for the Blue Jays to sell high. Barring last minute developments, its unlikely the Blue Jays will make a blockbuster trade at the deadline. Those tend to happen in the offseason. As the Jays are learning the hard way, sometimes they dont work out. At least, not immediately. LIND BATTLING BACK PAIN Adam Lind was back in the lineup on Monday after missing most Sundays series finale against the Houston Astros due to a stiff back. He entered Sundays game in the ninth, pinch hitting after Jose Bautista had been ejected. 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