PHOENIX (AP) - Thirty-four-year-old Tony Clark schooled the kids in power hitting Sunday.
Clark drove in three runs with two homers for the Arizona Diamondbacks, who beat the Colorado Rockies 6 to 4.
Orlando Hudson went 2-for-3 for Arizona, pushing his average to .412. Todd Helton had a solo home run in the fourth for the Rockies.
Jose Valverde got his sixth save in seven chances.
The Diamondbacks jumped on Colorado's Byung-Hyun Kim for four runs in the first inning after the Rockies had scored a pair off Doug Davis. Kim started because scheduled starter Rodrigo Lopez was pushed back to Wednesday with right elbow inflammation.
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