SAN DIEGO Trevor Cahill and Paul Goldschmidt look right at home here.
Cahill grew up a few miles up I-5, in Oceanside.
Goldschmidt just seems to hit it that far.
With Cahill and Goldschmidt providing the impetus, the Diamondbacks took a series from San Diego and crept another step closer to the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers with a 6-0 victory at Petco Park on Sunday.
Cahill's second career shutout included four double play grounders, Goldschmidt hit his second home run in as many games, and Miguel Montero and Gerardo Parra also added home runs.
Frustrated by an inability to make up ground on the staggering Dodgers entering the weekend, the D-backs (25-29) won for the fifth time in their last eight games and closed to within eight games of the Dodgers, who are again without Matt Kemp. It is the closest the D-backs have been since May 12.
"Our goal is to try to win every series right now. When we get later in the season, you'll know where you stand. That's how you pick up...