With the game deadlocked, 3-3, Kent singled to left field and Biggio scored without a play as
's weak throw to the plate was cut off.
"It was just a lucky flop out there with these heavy balls these guys like to hit," Kent said. "I was kind of feeling heavy today anyway. I wasn't having a really good night out there, like most of these guys."
The Astros won for the first time in five games since no-hitting the
New York Yankees
(6-2) struck out two in the top of the eighth inning to notch the win and
picked up his 20th save with a perfect ninth.
"When I go out there, I have to keep in my mind that I have to throw my inning," Dotel said. "My job is to keep the game the way it is."
hit back-to-back home runs in the fifth inning to give the Diamondbacks a 3-2 lead, but Biggio singled home
to tie the game in the bottom of the inning.
Kata had picked up his first major league hit earlier in the game, while Cintron's homer was the fourth of his career.
"You want to get every first out of the way," Kata said. "It was good to get that first single out of the way. After that, I was able to relax a little more and just see the ball (on the home run)."
Both home runs were hit off Astros starter
, who allowed three runs and eight hits in six innings. The southpaw struck out two and walked one.
"He gave us six good innings," Houston manager
said. "He gave up a couple of homers, but they were just solos."
(4-4) was charged with the loss, allowing a run and two hits in 2 1/3 innings.
allowed three runs and five hits in five innings. The rookie righthander struck out three and did not allow a walk. He helped his own cause with his first RBI on a single in the second.