ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Paul Goldschmidt showed the way, and Chris Young followed.
Goldschmidt and Young homered on consecutive pitches from Jason Motte with one out in the ninth inning, leading the Arizona Diamondbacks over the St. Louis Cardinals 2-1 Thursday night.
With St. Louis ahead 1-0 on Allen Craig's RBI single in the fifth, Motte (4-4) struck out Miguel Montero leading off the ninth. Goldschmidt, who hit a 456-foot homer in Wednesday's 5-2 loss, fouled off three full-count pitches, then drove the ninth pitch of the at-bat to center for his 18th home run this season.
"Any time you've got two strikes, you have to battle, especially against one of the best closers in the league," Goldschmidt said. "They're going to get you more than you get them. Luckily, it worked out."
Young sent the next pitch over the left-field wall for his 12th homer.
"I was just trying to make it happen," Young said. "Motte is a power pitcher, and you know he's going to be around the plate. I tried to b...