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Mariners Lose in Arizona's Wild Win

PHOENIX (AP) - Ryan Roberts hit an inside-the-park home run, Justin Upton ended a long drought with a three-run shot and the Arizona Diamondbacks tied a franchise record with six homers during a wild 14-10 win over the Seattle Mariners on Wednesday.

Miguel Montero hit a two-run homer, Aaron Hill connected for the third straight game, and Jason Kubel and John McDonald each had a solo shot to match the team record set twice before. Montero had four RBIs.

Upton's first homer since May 23 snapped a 5-all tie in the fifth inning and Roberts had the highlight of a big-hitting day for the Diamondbacks, legging out a shot that caromed off the wall in center in the sixth for the eighth inside-the-park homer in franchise history.

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