PHOENIX -- Tim Hudson threw Eric Chavez a steady diet of cut fastballs and sliders Wednesday and the Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman feasted. Chavez drove in three runs, Paul Goldschmidt hit three doubles and the Diamondbacks beat Hudson and the Atlanta Braves 5-3. With the Diamondbacks trailing 3-1 with one out in the fifth, Jason Kubel pinch-hit for Kennedy and walked. Gerardo Parra reached on an infield hit and Didi Gregorius followed with an RBI single. Hudson struck out Goldschmidt looking and had two strikes on Chavez before his one-time Oakland Athletics teammate doubled to left, scoring Parra and Gregorius to make it 4-3. "He was throwing me a lot of sliders today," Chavez said. "Im not really sure why. I dont know if they picked up something on film. "He told me that was a really good at-bat and I told him I was (mad) because he broke two of my bats. It was just good old fun. I love Huddy like a brother." Hudson agreed he may have gone to the cutter one time too many. "I thought I made some good pitches to Chavez, especially the last one," Hudson said. "But he stayed with it and hit it the other way. I felt like I really had him where I wanted him. Looking back, we might have gone back to that cutter a little too much in that at-bat." Cody Ross added an RBI single to cap the fifth as the Diamondbacks won the final two games of the series after a 10-1 loss in the opener. Ian Kennedy (2-3) yielded three runs and five hits in five innings. He struck out seven and walked three for his first win since Opening Day. "Its been awhile since it was a win," Kennedy said. "Ill take any one. After a while, it does get frustrating. I want to get my innings up but I didnt have my best stuff." Heath Bell pitched the ninth for his sixth save in eight chances. The Diamondbacks finally responded with runners in scoring position. After going 5 for 56 of its past eight games, Arizona was 5 for 8 with runners in scoring position. "We hope it gets much better," said Arizona manager Kirk Gibson. "I saw better approaches as well." Hudson (4-3) had been 7-0 in nine career starts against Arizona before he got tagged. He allowed five runs and eight hits in five innings -- hes given up 11 runs over 8 2-3 innings in his last two starts. Freddie Freeman doubled twice and singled for the Braves. The Braves put runners on first and second against David Hernandez in the eighth but Jordan Schafer flied out and Goldschmidt fielded a hard shot by Andrelton Simmons to first base to end the inning. After cruising through the first two innings, Kennedy was undone partially by a botched defensive play in the third. Schafer reached on a two-out infield single and Simmons followed with a line drive toward third base. Chavez jumped, but the ball bounced off the palm of his glove and fell to the ground as Simmons sprinted to the bag for an infield single. Kennedy then walked Justin Upton on five pitches to load the bases, then walked Freeman on four pitches to score Schafer for a 1-0 lead. Freeman hit a two-run double in the fifth that put Atlanta ahead 3-1. "For losing two of three, you feel like we won a couple of those games the way we hit the ball," said Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez. "Its just the way it goes sometimes. I dont know how many times I felt like the ball was going to go through the infield and it was a line drive at somebody." Arizona took a 1-0 lead in the first when Goldschmidt doubled and Chavez singled. NOTES: Chavez has hit safely in six of his past seven games and is 9 for 18 in that stretch. ... Upton went 1 for 3 with a pair of walks to finish his first series back at Chase Field 5 for 10 with a home run. ... Goldschmidts 11 doubles make him the first NL player with at least 10 doubles and 10 home runs. ... Freeman has 14 RBIs in 21 games since coming off the disabled list on April 22. ... 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Whether that becomes a huge break for the leaders -- Na Yeon Choi at 10-under 134 was an hour away from teeing off -- wont be known until Sunday. "Its still going to be windy tomorrow -- not, hopefully, as windy as its been today, but theres no letup in it," said Susan Simpson, head of operations for the Ladies Golf Union. "Its still going to be very breezy and equally difficult conditions." How difficult? Nine players who completed the third round had an average score of 78.2. Cristie Kerr and Lydia Ko each had a 75, the best of those who finished. Rikako Morita shot 86. The cumulative nine-hole scores for the 20 players who at least made the turn was 54-over par. There were 508 holes played, and only 26 birdies. Park is trying to become the first golfer, male or female, to win four straight professional majors in the same season. Her hope was for a steady round in raging wind and for the leading players to lose ground. Park was 1 under through four holes, making a 30-foot birdie putt at No. 3. But it was her par on the fourth hole that helped make officials realize it was time to stop. The ball moved from its position from a gust, and Park called for a ruling to make sure she could replace it as long as she didnt address the ball. Simpson said it wasnt Parks ruling alone. "The time frame for the balls actually moving was very short," Simpson said. "We got five calls, all in the space of a few minutes. ... So I cant actually say which one was the last one that made the difference because it all happened so quickly. There was a gust of almost 40 mph, and with that singular gust, all the balls started to move on the five calls that we had. And we suspended play immediately." The most impressive round belonged to Anna Nordqvist, who was 1 under through 15 holes. Danielle Kang was even through 11 holes. Everyone was to return at 6:115 a.dddddddddddd.m. Sunday to resume the third round. 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"Because we dont feel thats fair to the players who have also competed and already played their rounds. We want to try to continue. Tomorrow, the conditions are meant to be difficult in the morning, as well." She said she spoke to all the players and their response was mixed. "Some are delighted and some are not delighted," she said. "And I think thats the way it works." Wind is the main defence of links courses, and St. Andrews is among the toughest of the British links in these elements because the Old Course is exposed. Simpson said officials prepared for a big blow Saturday by not cutting the green on the par-3 11th hole and being mindful of hole locations, making sure they were not on ridges. The greens were 9.4 on the Stimpmeter, compared with 10 the previous two days. They just werent prepared for this much wind. Simpson said the tournament could be extended to Monday, if necessary, which would lead to chaos for the Solheim Cup captains, Meg Mallon and Liselotte Neumann. 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