PHILADELPHIA -- Carlos Zambrano's hustle -- not his pitching or bat -- paid off in a rare appearance off the bench.
Second baseman Chase Utley's throwing error on Zambrano's grounder allowed Ronny Cedeno to score the go-ahead run in the 10th inning and the Chicago Cubs beat the Philadelphia Phillies 6-5 on Sunday to avoid a three-game sweep.
Cedeno walked leading off the 10th against Rudy Seanez (0-1) and Geovany Soto walked after Ryan Theriot's sacrifice. Zambrano, a career .215 hitter with 12 homers, was called on to pinch-hit because the Cubs were out of position players.
The left-handed-hitting Zambrano bounced a grounder to shortstop Bruntlett that should have been an inning-ending double play. However, first baseman Ryan Howard couldn't scoop Utley's poor throw to first and Cedeno scored.
The Phillies have committed 15 errors, second only to Pittsburgh.
Utley, who has four of the errors, might have rushed his throw because Zambrano busted it down the line.
"Z put the ball in play and he hustled," DeRosa said. "That shows the character of this team."
Zambrano, an 18-game winner last year, took the loss in the series opener Friday.
Utley doubled with two outs in the 10th. After Howard was intentionally walked, So Taguchi grounded out to end it.
Rollins wasn't in the starting lineup for the fifth straight game because of a sprained left ankle, but the 2007 NL MVP could return Tuesday. Victorino was placed on the disabled list with a calf injury, forcing manager Charlie Manuel to juggle his lineup. Geoff Jenkins batted leadoff for the first time in his 11-year career and Werth started in center for Victorino.
Manuel earned his first ejection of the season for arguing DeRosa's homer off Jamie Moyer in the sixth that gave Chicago a 4-2 lead. DeRosa hit a high drive down the left-field line leading off the inning.
Third-base umpire Adrian Johnson called it fair, though replays showed the ball was just foul. Left fielder Pat Burrell immediately trotted in to state his case and Manuel ran out to express his opinion.
After the umpires refused to overturn the call following a brief meeting, Manuel continued arguing and was tossed.
"I thought it was foul," Manuel said. "I saw the replay."
Cubs manager Lou Piniella had a different view.
"It looked fair to me," he said.
Told by reporters the ball was foul, Piniella replied: "Really? You mean the umpires were wrong?"
Bruntlett hit his first homer leading off. Carlos Ruiz and Jenkins followed with singles. Werth then chased Wuertz with an RBI single that tied it at 4. Sean Marshall entered to face Utley, who drove in Jenkins with a sacrifice fly that put the Phillies ahead 5-4.
Moyer allowed four runs and nine hits in five innings.
"I'm not quite where I want to be," Moyer said. "I'm getting there slowly."
Jenkins was 2-for-6 in his new spot atop the batting order. Jenkins was mostly a middle-of-the-lineup hitter his first 10 seasons with Milwaukee and has hit sixth or seventh with the Phillies. He batted higher than third just twice -- both in 1999 -- in 1,246 games.
- Bruntlett's homer was his first since April 18, 2005, for Houston off Milwaukee's Chris Capuano.
- Manuel's ejection was his 18th in his four seasons in Philadelphia. Bench coach Jimy Williams took over for Manuel.
- Marquis originally was supposed to start Thursday, but got pushed back because he was ill.