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Walter Samuel and Rodrigo Palacio also scored for Inter while Lopez had a penalty saved.PHOENIX -- David Peralta jabbed a couple steps to get his timing right, then raced toward home. The pitch was low, the throw back to the mound high and Peralta was safe with Arizonas first steal of home in seven years. "It was the perfect storm," Arizona manager Kirk Gibson said. Peraltas dash helped the Diamondbacks bounce back from a three-game sweep by Kansas City with a 5-3 victory over the listless Colorado Rockies on Friday night. Miguel Montero provided the early highlight for Arizona, hitting a three-run homer off Tyler Matzek (2-7) in the first inning. Not much else happened between the NL Wests two worst teams after that. Matzek adeptly worked around baserunners after Monteros homer and Arizonas Chase Anderson (7-4) fought through a high pitch count for five effective innings. Peralta provided some life in the seventh inning. The rookie doubled in the first inning and notched his 24th multi-hit game since June 1 with a run-scoring triple off Rex Brothers in the seventh to put the Diamondbacks up 4-1. Arizonas coaches had noticed Colorado catcher Michael McKenry had a tendency to lob the ball back to the pitcher and Peralta, with some encouragement from teammate Cliff Pennington, took advantage for Arizonas first steal of home since Chris Young did it in 2007. The run proved to be a big one. Colorados Corey Dickerson and DJ LeMahieu had run-scoring singles in the ninth inning before Addison Reed struck out Charlie Blackmon to end the game. Colorado has lost 10 of 12. "I gave a quick glance and didnt really see much, and threw it right back and didnt think twice about it," McKenry said. "It was on me, it was my fault. I feel awful about it." After a rough patch of the season, Anderson has rounded back into form. 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FLASHING PHONES Taking a cue from Cincinnati Reds fans, Arizonas fans started flashing the lights from their phones all around the ballpark in the ninth inning. Reds fans flashed their phones during an extra-inning game last month and Diamondbacks fans did it once before during the current homestand. TRAINING ROOM Rockies: Left-hander Brett Anderson underwent an MRI on Friday to determine if he has a disk problem in his back. He left Tuesdays game against the Chicago Cubs in the fourth inning due to back spasms. Diamondbacks: Outfielder A.J. Pollock, out with a broken right hand, is 2 for 18 with a double and a run scored in five rehab games with Triple-A Reno and Arizonas rookie league team. UP NEXT Rockies: Left-hander Jorge De La Rosa, Saturdays starter, has 24 strikeouts with two walks over his last three starts. Diamondbacks: Right-hander Trevor Cahill has had two straight quality starts heading into Saturdays game against the Rockies, allowing four earned runs in 13 innings. He allowed a run in seven innings against Pittsburgh in his last start, but did not factor in the decision. ' ' '