Wolf tossed seven scoreless innings and had three of the Dodgers' 14 hits Sunday -- he nearly hit for the cycle -- as the Dodgers defeated the Diamondbacks, 9-3.
Wolf at one point retired 20 consecutive batters, giving the Dodgers' troubled pitching staff a badly needed day of stability.
The streak was broken when Rusty Ryal, whose line drive Saturday struck Kuroda in the head, hit his first big league home run on a 1-and-0 pitch in the eighth inning.
Wolf "certainly gave us the lift we needed after last night's game and to come off this trip on a good note," Manager Joe Torre said.
Indeed, the win in front of 34,012 enabled the Dodgers to end a losing streak at three games, salvage the final game of a three-game series with Arizona and win their 70th game.
Speaking of Kuroda's frightening incident, Wolf (7-6) said "I thought about it today and last night, but when you're out there, you kind of put it away and make the best pitches you can.
"My last few outings I've been a lot more aggressive, going after guys a lot more, pitching in a lot more, and I've had good success doing that."
Wolf was helped by an early cushion as the Dodgers scored three runs in the first inning against starter Yusmeiro Petit (2-7) before Petit had retired his first batter.
Matt Kemp, hitting in the leadoff spot in place of the resting Rafael Furcal, doubled off the center-field wall.
In the fourth inning, Russell Martin singled and Wolf lined a home run into the right-field stands, the fifth homer of his career.
Kemp then singled and Hudson followed with another home run, giving the Dodgers a 7-0 lead.
Wolf, hitting more like Seattle's Ichiro Suzuki than a conventional big league pitcher, wasn't finished at the plate.
After Juan Castro singled in the eighth inning, Wolf hit a double down the right-field line against Blaine Boyer. Ethier then doubled home Wolf, widening the Dodgers' lead to 9-0.
"You get lucky sometimes," said Wolf of his batting, which gave him three runs batted in Sunday. "It just all comes in one day."
The Diamondbacks finally got to Wolf in the eighth inning.
Wolf "probably got a little tired from being on the bases in the eighth inning," Torre said.
Guillermo Mota got the final out and then threw a scoreless ninth inning.
Wolf said he remained confident they could.
"Obviously, things have been kind of rough for us" since the All-Star break, Wolf said. "But I think we have a good team with regard to the fact that we're able to bounce back very fast."
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How Andre Ethier, right, did during Manny Ramirez's suspension and how he's done when Ramirez is available:
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