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ATLANTA -- Paul Goldschmidt doesnt often stand and stare at his homers. This time he had to look, just to make sure his drive stayed fair. He liked what he saw. Wade Miley earned his first win since early May, Goldschmidt hit a two-run homer and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat Atlanta 3-1 on Sunday to end the Braves nine-game winning streak. Goldschmidt ripped an inside pitch from Alex Wood toward the left-field seats in the third inning. He said he immediately figured it had home run distance. He was just hoping the ball would stay fair, and it hit the foul pole for his 16th homer. "I wasnt sure," Goldschmidt said. "I knew it probably had the distance but it started fair and was going, so that was one of the few times I was watching to see what was going to happen. I saw it hit the pole and come down. I was pretty happy." Miley (4-6) allowed one run on five hits and one walk in 6 2-3 innings. He struck out eight. The left-hander was 0-3 in his previous nine starts and had not won since beating the White Sox on May 10. The win snapped his streak of five straight no-decisions. Miley shrugged when asked if he was relieved to finally get his fourth win. "You really cant control that," he said. "Youve just got to go out and try to give your team a chance to win. Thats the plan. You dont go out to try to get wins, you just try to get quality innings and get your offence on the field and we were able to do that and able to score enough runs today." Wood (6-7) allowed two runs on only three hits and three walks in seven innings. B.J. Upton was 0 for 4 with three strikeouts to end his career-best 11-game hitting streak for NL East-leading Atlanta. The loss kept the Braves from sweeping their third straight series. "We had a great run, had a great homestand," manager Fredi Gonzalez said. Before the game, the Diamondbacks traded right-hander Brandon McCarthy and cash to the Yankees for left-hander Vidal Nuno. Pinch-hitter Nick Evans run-scoring double off Luis Avilan in the ninth pushed Arizonas lead to two. Evans drove in Martin Prado, who singled off Anthony Varvaro and stole second base. Addison Reed gave up a leadoff single to Tommy La Stella in the ninth before striking out Christian Bethancourt. Reed wrapped up his 20th save when Ryan Doumit hit into a double play. Arizona right-hander Brad Ziegler gave up a leadoff single to Andrelton Simmons in the eighth. With one out, Ziegler walked Justin Upton, and the runners advanced on Jason Heywards groundout. Ziegler struck out Chris Johnson to end the inning. Walks hurt both starting pitchers. Wood issued a walk to Miley to open the third inning before Goldschmidts two-out homer gave the Diamondbacks a 2-0 lead. Goldschmidt, who had an infield single in the first, had two of Arizonas three hits off Wood. "Thats baseball for you," Wood said. "You go into the game telling yourself that theres one guy you dont want to let beat you and then he ends up beating you." Miley walked Justin Upton to open the fourth. He scored from second on Johnsons single up the middle. Miley didnt allow another hit until Bethancourt singled with two outs in the seventh. Evan Marshall got the final out of the inning after walking pinch-hitter Dan Uggla. NOTES: Braves C Evan Gattis, on the 15-day DL with a bulging thoracic disk, said an epidural early in the week helped "a little bit" but his back remains "just a little tight right now." He said he began stretching exercises on Saturday. ... The Braves open a four-game series at the Mets on Monday night with LHP Mike Minor facing RHP Daisuke Matsuzaka. Arizona RHP Chase Anderson will start when the Diamondbacks open a home series against Miami. ... Atlantas previous loss was June 26 at Houston. Ronald Jones II Buccaneers Jersey . 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Though still third on the Leafs with 10 goals and 20 points through 24 games, van Riemsdyk has scored in just two of the last eight games, the latter coming on Tuesday night when the puck deflected innocently off his leg, a marker that was initially credited to Tyler Bozak. His last goal before that came nearly two weeks prior. That night, with the Leafs in crisis mode after a 9-2 spanking from Nashville, van Riemsdyk flashed the gifts which made him the second overall pick in 2007, the gifts that underscore the surface hes only started to scratch. With just under eight minutes to go in the middle frame and Tampa in town, van Riemsdyk freed a puck just outside Torontos blue-line, stormed through the neutral zone past a pinching Anton Stralman before firing a quick wrist shot beyond the glove of Ben Bishop. Less than three minutes later with the Leafs on a power-play, he snatched a rebound from Bishop before lifting the puck, as if on a string, into the upper netting of the cage. It was the kind of goal he scored often during the real breakout campaign of his career last season. van Riemsdyk punched career-highs of 30 goals, 31 assists, and 61 points, also showing dominantly alongside Phil Kessel at the Sochi Olympics. And yet there was a sense with van Riemsdyk that there was more ground to cover, that there was still another level he could reach. He conceded as much before the season. You dont want to really limit yourself, van Riemsdyk said in late September. You want to continue to get better so you can read into that for what its worth. You dont want to rest on last season, you want to continue to push the envelope and see if you can continue to get better, wherever that gets me. van Riemsdyk says its about consistency in the early months this season. That consistency, he says, hasnt been there near enough. Hes actually producing at about the same rate at even-strength as last season - 1.93 points per 60 minutes - but his line - which still includes Kessel and Bozak - has been less forceful, save for their continued potency on the power-play. A creature of habit, van Riemsdyk isnt about to change anything though in a routine thats evolved considerably from the early days of his NHL career. Back in Philly, during his first season with the Flyers, van Riemsdyk stuck with what he playfully dubbed the Arron Asham program, a simplistic routine that consisted of showing up, watching TV for 445 minutes and then suiting up for practice.dddddddddddd But after that first season, in which he scored 15 times in 78 games, something changed. van Riemsdyk looked around and saw how Ian Laperriere went about his business. He observed how this seventh round pick from Quebec had carved out a career of more than 1,000 NHL games. He was warming up for like 45 minutes at a time before every practice and game and Im like What the hells wrong with this guy? Like whats he doing? van Riemsdyk recalled. And from there I realized stuff I needed to do if I wanted to have a long career, if I didnt want to just be a flash in the pan, he continued. I want to play this game as long as I possibly can and keep myself as healthy as possible so thats when I started buying in more to things like diet and getting the right treatment consistently, working out the right way and all that good stuff. And thats become kind of my M.O. If you want to have a long career you have to take care of that stuff. Its details to manage and protect. When the Leafs end their daily skate, be it a practice or before a game, van Riemsdyk remains. Long after Kessel and Bozak have left the ice, hes there to stand in front of a gaping cage and tip pucks in the same manner that hes come to score more than a few goals. And thats why, even now when hes not satisfied with the ways things are going personally, does he stick with the routine. Stick with the details and the results will follow, he believes. Thats what I try to do no matter if things are going great [or] if things arent going good you just stick with the same program, van Riemsdyk says. Whether thats at the rink working on things; whether thats doing stuff at the gym; whether thats getting treatment away from the rink; you just stick with your same program, you believe in your program, you believe in your process and go from there. In a bid to keep him fresh (and an obvious benefactor of improved depth), the Leafs are using van Riemsdyk slightly less than last season. He was the sixth most deployed forward in hockey a year ago, garnering more than 21 minutes nightly. That number has been cut by more than a minute and a half this season, van Riemsdyk removed from the penalty kill entirely in October with other capable options emerging. Hes hardly had a bad season, far from it in fact. With increased power-play production van Riemsdyk is actually on pace for 34 goals and 68 points, both of which would establish new career-highs. But that undercurrent of dominance, so prominent at times last year, has been just a tad more sporadic. I dont know if hes found his groove, said head coach Randy Carlyle, noting van Riemsdyks good fortune in attacking the front of the net, likely referring to the unlikely marker against Dallas. For whatever reason I think in spurts Ive played well, but not as consistently as I can, van Riemsdyk added, offering not so much frustration but ambition. By no means do I think Ive played bad, but I think I have more to give for sure. 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