Diamondbacks 8, White Sox 4

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- Arizona's Dan Haren allowed two runs and three hits in seven innings and the Diamondbacks beat the Chicago White Sox 8-4.

Haren struck out six and walked one, allowing the two runs on solo homers by Paul Konerko and Jermaine Dye.

"I felt really good. I wanted to make sure I went out there six or seven times to get my innings in and my pitch count up," Haren said. "I felt good, even out there in the seventh."

Chicago's Joe Crede, who won the starting third base job earlier this week, left the game after fouling a ball off his left foot. The team is waiting on X-rays.

"I was really concerned. I don't have the final report yet," manager Ozzie Guillen said.

The next time Haren takes the mound will be at Cincinnati on April 2. The former St. Louis prospect will mark his return to the National League after coming to Arizona during an offseason trade with Oakland.

Haren struck out 32 batters and walked four this spring, including a minor league outing.

"I have to learn the teams a little bit. I don't expect any type of bumps in the road," Haren said. "I go out and make my pitches and get guys out. I am not going to sit here and blame it on not knowing the hitters."

The only thing Haren wanted more work on was his hitting, but he'll get the opportunity.

"I just want to give myself a chance," Haren said. "I don't want to come out of the game because I am an automatic out."

Chicago starter Nick Masset, competing with Ehren Wassermann for the last roster spot, had problems at the wrong time.

Masset gave up six runs -- five earned -- and seven hits with four walks.

"I won't say it hurt (his chances), but obviously I was a little disappointed with the outing," Guillen said. "A good outing would make it tougher. We have to wait and see what we need. When you have a bad outing late in spring training it can hurt."

Diamondbacks first baseman Conor Jackson went 2-for-3 with a home run.

Game notes
Chicago officially named OFs Brian Anderson and Carlos Quentin to the opening day roster. ... Arizona's Robby Hammock went 3-for-4 with a run scored. Augie Ojeda was 2-for-3 with two runs.