Gonzalez's game-winner trumps Finley

MESA, Ariz. (AP) -- Troy Glaus, Shawn Green and Koyie Hill drove
in first-inning runs to help the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the
Chicago Cubs 6-4 on Friday.

Russ Ortiz worked three innings for Arizona, giving up five hits
and two runs.

Quinton McCracken led off the game with a single off left-hander
John Koronka, and took second on Royce Clayton' single. Koronka hit
Luis Gonzalez with a pitch to load the bases, and Glaus singled to
bring McCracken home. Green scored Clayton on a forceout, and
Hill's sacrifice fly gave Arizona its three-run lead.

The Cubs answered with two in the bottom of the inning. With two
outs, Nomar Garciaparra singled. He then stole second and advanced
to third on a throwing error. Aramis Ramirez singled Garciaparra
home and Jeromy Burnitz followed with an RBI single.

Koronka gave up four hits and three runs in two innings.
^Notes:@ LHP Mike Remlinger made his spring debut for the Cubs. He
gave up a leadoff single to Clayton in the fourth before retiring
the next three batters. Remlinger had surgery on his left shoulder
following the 2003 season and missed most of the first two months
of last season.