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MILWAUKEE (AP) - Jake Lamb homered in the fourth inning and hit an RBI double in Arizona's two-run 10th, and the Diamondbacks extended their winning streak to five games with a 4-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. Chris Owings scored the first run in the 10th Friday night on a wild pitch by reliever Wily Peralta before Lamb added the insurance run by doubling to the right-field corner.

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun will likely miss more than 10 days after he was placed on the disabled list again for a left calf injury. Manager Craig Counsell said before the game against the Arizona Diamondbacks that Braun was examined Friday by the team doctor. The Brewers won't have a progress report for about a week.

DENVER (AP) - Rookie Antonio Senzatela threw eight sharp innings to grab a share of the major league lead in wins, and the Colorado Rockies beat the St. Louis Cardinals 10-0. Charlie Blackmon had a homer and run-scoring single as part of an eight-run eighth in the game Friday night. Fresh off a 7-3 road swing, the Rockies kept right on rolling behind Senzatela.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Wisconsin is recognizing 100 individuals who the school says shaped the history of Camp Randall Stadium. It's in honor of 100 years of the football venue. Former athletic director and College Football Hall of Famer Pat Richter is the first honoree. A member of the list will be revealed each day leading up to the Badgers' season opener September-the-first against Utah State.

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