ST. LOUIS -- Paul Goldschmidt hit his second grand slam in five days, Wade Miley bounced back from his two worst outings of the season and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the St. Louis Cardinals 10-3 on Wednesday night. Arizona has won four of five. St. Louis, with the best record in the majors, dropped back-to-back games for the first time since April 28-29. Goldschmidt became the first Arizona player with two slams on the same road trip. He hit one in a 12-4 win at the Chicago Cubs on Saturday. Goldschmidt also hit a go-ahead single in the 14th inning to beat St. Louis on Tuesday night. He has a team-leading 14 homers and leads the NL with 53 RBIs, including 12 in his last five games. Miley (4-5) gave up three runs on 11 hits over 6 2-3 innings. He had given up seven earned runs in each of his previous two starts, but rallied to strike out three and walk one. Martin Prado had two doubles and scored twice for the Diamondbacks. Joe Kelly (0-3), making his first start of the season, gave up one earned run in 5 2-3 innings. He made 16 successive appearances of out of the bullpen this season, but was forced into a spot start due to a day-night doubleheader on Saturday. Matt Carpenter had four hits for the Cardinals and pushed his career-best hitting streak to 14 games. The Diamondbacks erupted for five runs in the seventh off just-called up righty Maikel Cleto to take control 7-1. Wil Nieves started the uprising with an RBI single before Goldschmidt hit his 421-foot slam. Gerardo Parra keyed a three-run eighth with a two-run single. David Freese extended his hitting streak to a career-best 15 games with a single in the St. Louis sixth. It is the longest current run in the majors. NOTES: The start of the game was delayed 46 minutes by rain. ....St. Louis C Yadier Molina served a one-game suspension Wednesday. He was ejected for bumping umpire Mike Everitt on Sunday. Molina, who was originally going to appeal the decision, caught all 14 innings in a 7-6 loss to Arizona on Tuesday. ... St. Louis rookie RHP Shelby Miller (6-3, 1.82) ERA will face Ian Kennedy (3-3, 4.74) on Thursday in the final game of the four-game series. Andy Pettitte Jersey . LUCIE, Fla. Jose Cruz Jr. Jersey . - Levi Browns tenure at left tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers is over before it even began. http://www.astrosteamproshop.com/Astros-Nolan-Ryan-Kids-Jersey/ . Each of Houstons starters scored in double figures as the Rockets improved to 2-0 against the Spurs this season, with both victories coming on the road. They also moved within 3 1/2 games of San Antonio (22-7) for the lead the Southwest Division. Anthony Gose Jersey . Meanwhile, there were huge victories for Sunderland and West Ham over fellow relegation rivals, leaving the battle to avoid the drop up for grabs with the bottom 11 teams separated by just six points. Eden Hazard and Fernando Torres scored second-half goals to seal a fourth straight victory for Chelsea, which climbed above Arsenal and Manchester City in the standings ahead of their games on Monday and Sunday respectively. Brian McCann Jersey . -- The Portland Timbers and Real Salt Lake played to a 0-0 tie Saturday night that left the top of the Western Conference standings unchanged. Captain Leana de Bruin led from the front as the Magic battled their way to a 56-55 trans-Tasman netball league win over the Adelaide Thunderbirds in Hamilton on Sunday.The 104-Test Silver Fern had proven a game-long menace in the Thunderbirds shooting circle, picking up a series of deflections and intercepts in tandem with ever-improving goal keeper Kristiana Manua.But she saved her best until last, snaffling the vital turnover with just 30 seconds left on the clock to send the Magic into next weeks New Zealand conference playoffs on a high note.It was a win which appeared unlikely at the end of the first quarter at Claudelands Arena, as the visitors powered out to a 17-9 lead as the Magic midcourt struggled to find their timing in the attack third.At the other end of the court for Adelaide, Kristina Brice (37 from 42) and Erin Bell (18/22) matched accuracy with slick circle work in missingg only two of their 19 shots on goal.ddddddddddddMagic coach Julie Fitzgerald pushed Jo Harten (40/44) back to goal shoot at the first break, replacing Paula Griffin (3/3) with Ellen Halpenny at goal attack, and the home team never looked back.With Halpenny (13/17) and Harten converting the turnover ball generated by a more combative midcourt defence, the Magic took the second quarter 17-10 to cut back Adelaides lead to 27-26.The Thunderbirds bossed the early stages of the third quarter to extend their lead out to five, but the Magic finished the spell with a roar in sinking four goals on end to hit the front 43-41 with 15 minutes remaining.The two teams matched each other goal for goal right until de Bruin snared the key intercept with just 30 seconds remaining. ' ' '