CHICAGO -- Matt Murton used the entire field to get into the major league record book.
"He hit all kind of doubles," Cubs manager Dusty Baker said. "He hit one down the line, a sun ball, one down the other line, one into right center. If you can spread it out like that, they really don't know how to play you."
The Diamondbacks won the first game 10-2 behind Stephen Drew's four RBI. Arizona split the four-game series and could have moved into first place in the NL West. San Diego defeated Houston 5-2 to stay a half-game up in the division.
"We had a real good chance to come in here and sweep this doubleheader today," Arizona catcher Johnny Estrada said.
Murton's four doubles tied a club record, which has been accomplished four times, the most recent being Hall of Famer Billy Williams on April 9, 1969.
His four hits and five RBI are a career high. Murton drove in one run in 23 games during June, and just four in May. But the 24-year-old outfielder has driven in 15 runs in the last 16 games, bringing his RBI total to 37 in 93 games.
"I think I'm starting to learn that more so than anything, when you get in those opportunities, it's important to not try and do too much," Murton said. "I'm just trying to have a consistent at-bat time and time again."
Murton's first three doubles drove in runs, helping give rookie starter Juan Mateo to an early lead.
"They scored seven runs, he knocked in five of them," Diamondbacks manager Bob Melvin said. "Obviously he was a pain."
Mateo (1-0) gave up two earned runs in five innings to get his first major league victory. The 23-year-old has pitched in the Cubs farm system for five years, but never above Double-A. He became the third Cub this season to start in his major league debut, and the only one to win it.
"The main thing was that he threw strikes," said Baker, who had never seen Mateo pitch in person before. "He was very poised out there. He looked like he pitched here before."
Mateo was a mystery to the Diamondbacks too, but they started figuring him out in fourth and fifth innings, prompting Baker to remove him after 88 pitches.
"He's got a sneaky, live fastball," Arizona second baseman Orlando Hudson said. "He's got good stuff."
Murton's two-run double in the first off Enrique Gonzalez (3-3) gave the Cubs a 3-0 lead. The ball hit the grass in front of a sliding Carlos Quentin, who lost it in the sun.
"It's an awesome stadium, it has quirks," Quentin said. "I found out today that day games are pretty tough in the sun."
Angel Pagan and Henry Blanco also drove in runs. Pagan's infield single scored Ryan Theriot from third to set up Murton's hit. Blanco's sacrifice bunt in the seventh scored Phil Nevin from third to make it 7-3.
Gonzalez gave up six runs in five innings.
- Before Thursday, Murton had just 10 doubles.
- Tampa Bay's Tomas Perez is the only other player this season to hit four doubles, doing it at Yankee Stadium on July 29.