In his previous appearance, Chad Billingsley started poorly but corrected course and earned a win.

This time, he finished poorly. That didn't work as well.

Staked to a three-run lead, Billingsley suddenly lost control of the strike zone -- and the game -- in the sixth inning, issuing four walks that turned into runs as Arizona rallied for a 6-4 win on Saturday.

"I just beat myself that inning," Billingsley said. "I just walked too many guys."

It was the final game before today's 1 p.m. PDT trading deadline and likely the final night with Rafael Furcal in a Dodgers uniform, as a trade sending him to St. Louis should be completed today. While the deal has not been announced, Furcal cleaned out his locker and left the ballpark midway through Saturday's game.

The Dodgers were up 4-1 when Billingsley began the sixth by giving up a single to Chris Young , followed by three straight walks and a sacrifice fly by Xavier Nady. After a strikeout of Willie Bloomquist, he walked Kelly Johnson to reload the bases, at which point Manager Don Mattingly decided he'd seen enough.