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Mattingly loses challenge on play at first base

Replay review confirms out call on Puig's grounder to D-backs shortstop

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PHOENIX -- Dodgers manager Don Mattingly lost his challenge Saturday night after using it to contest that Yasiel Puig beat out a throw to first base from D-backs shortstop Chris Owings in the sixth inning with Arizona leading, 9-7.

After a one-minute, 28-second review of the play by an umpire in New York City, crew chief Jeff Kellogg relayed that the call was confirmed for the final out of the inning.

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The Dodgers had rallied for five runs in the sixth, highlighted by Carl Crawford's three-run home run to cut the D-backs' lead to 9-5 and knock Arizona starter Chase Anderson out of the game.

Jesse Sanchez is a national reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter @JesseSanchezMLB.

Los Angeles Dodgers, Chris Owings, Yasiel Puig