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The Dodgers led 1-0 on Russell Martin's bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the first.
Ramon Ortiz retired the first two Arizona batters in the seventh, then gave up three runs in his second major league appearance since Oct. 1, 2007. He allowed a two-run homer to Mark Reynolds on the first pitch and an RBI single to Kelly Johnson that left the D'backs trailing 9-5.
Chris Young and Chris Snyder also had RBI singles for Arizona.
NOTES: The Dodgers improved to 28-25 in home openers since 1958. ... CF Kemp was presented with his Silver Slugger and Gold Glove awards on the field before the game. ... Dodgers manager Joe Torre on the Yankees' Joe Girardi getting his World Series ring as a manager Tuesday: "It's a proud moment for me, too." ... Country star LeAnn Rimes sang the national anthem and Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am tossed the ceremonial first pitch wide left but 1B James Loney scooped it out of the dirt.
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