Arizona at Philadelphia

Final 18th
W: T. Cahill (5-10) L: C. Wells (0-1)
HR: ARI - M. Prado (13)   PHI - C. Ruiz (4),R. Bernadina (3),D. Ruf (11)

Diamondbacks outlast Phillies in 18 innings wire reports

PHILADELPHIA -- Adam Eaton hit a go-ahead double in the 18th inning as the Arizona Diamondbacks outlasted the Philadelphia Phillies 12-7 in a record-setting, marathon game for both clubs Saturday night.

The teams combined to use 20 pitchers in a contest that ended at 2:12 a.m. and took 7 hours, 6 minutes -- setting a mark for length of game for both teams. It was the longest game by time since the Dodgers and Astros played eight minutes longer on June 3, 1989.

The 18 innings also matched the longest game in Diamondbacks history in terms of innings, though the Phillies fell short of the 21-inning club record set in 1918. The teams combined for 137 at-bats, 35 hits, 32 strikeouts and 28 walks. Both teams used 22 of their available 25 players, with only three starting pitchers for each going unused.

The Phillies began the 18th with outfielder Casper Wells (0-1) on the mound. After retiring the first two batters, Wells walked Tony Campana to start Arizona's five-run inning. With Campana running, Eaton lined a double to left-center to put Arizona in front 8-7.

After Wells intentionally walked Paul Goldschmidt, Martin Prado drove in Eaton with a single to right to give the Diamondbacks a two-run advantage. Gerardo Parra broke the game open with a two-run single that spelled the end for Wells, who was replaced by another position player, infielder John McDonald.

The Phillies couldn't score in the bottom of the frame off Trevor Cahill (5-10), who pitched four scoreless innings of relief.

The series finale will be played Sunday less than 12 hours after Darin Ruf lined out for the final out.

Prado homered and drove in three runs for the Diamondbacks, who snapped a three-game losing streak. Parra went 5-for-9 with three RBIs and Easton had four hits and drove in two runs.

Roger Bernadina, Ruf and Carlos Ruiz homered for Philadelphia, which was vying for its fourth straight victory in walkoff fashion.

The Phillies had several chances to do it in the extra innings.

Tyler Cloyd, who pitched five scoreless innings of relief, led off the 16th with a double, just his second career hit in 23 at-bats. But the Phillies couldn't advance him. In the 14th, Ruf doubled with one out and went to third on a fielder's choice, but Michael Young grounded out with a chance to win it. In the 13th, Cloyd grounded out to strand the bases loaded.

Arizona also had its chances after regulation.

The Diamondbacks loaded the bases with two outs in the 12th, but Prado popped out, and Tuffy Gosewisch flew out in the 13th with runners on first and third.

It looked as if it was going to be an easy victory for Arizona before Philadelphia rallied for four runs in the eighth. Ruf highlighted the frame, continuing his hot streak by homering in his third straight game and ninth time in August with a two-run shot that tied it at 7.

The Phillies threatened in the ninth off Josh Collmenter when Young walked and went to second on a wild pitch with two outs. Collmenter then walked Jimmy Rollins and Chase Utley to load the bases for John Mayberry Jr., but Collmenter struck Mayberry out.

The Diamondbacks chased Phillies right-hander Ethan Martin in the first inning with three runs on three hits, highlighted by Prado's two-run homer. Martin hadn't pitched shorter than 4 1-3 innings in any of his previous four major-league starts, but he was lifted with the bases loaded and two outs in the first after allowing three runs on three hits and three walks.

Arizona tacked on a run in both the second and third innings and another in the fifth on Parra's RBI single to jump out to a 6-0 advantage. Ruiz homered leading off the bottom of the frame to break up the no-hit bid of Randall Delgado, who allowed three runs on three hits in six innings.

Notes: Phillies OF Domonic Brown left after playing the field in the second inning with right heel soreness. .. Arizona 2B Aaron Hill left in the seventh inning with mild groin tightness.. The Diamondbacks placed right-handed reliever J.J. Putz on the 15-day DL with a dislocated right pinky finger and recalled right-hander Chaz Roe from Triple-A Reno. Roe pitched 1 scoreless innings.. Arizona left-hander Patrick Corbin (13-3, 2.45) will face an undetermined opponent when the teams conclude their three-game series at 1:35 Sunday afternoon. Cloyd was supposed to make that start but was used as a reliever for five innings Saturday.

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Players of the Game

A. Eaton
AB 10
R 2
H 4
HR 0

C. Ruiz
AB 9
R 2
H 3
HR 1

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Wednesday's MLB winners and losers (0:41)
Arizona Diamondbacks
Tony Campana, CF5110510 .300
Adam Eaton, LF10242011 .258
Paul Goldschmidt, 1B6221401 .300
Martin Prado, 3B9333116 .282
Aaron Hill, 2B3210101 .313
   Didi Gregorius, SS5110132 .259
Gerardo Parra, RF9053120 .272
Wil Nieves, C6031001 .325
   a-Matt Davidson, PH1000001 .208
   Brad Ziegler, P1000000 .000
   Trevor Cahill, P2011012 .105
Cliff Pennington, SS-2B5110501 .234
Randall Delgado, P2000014 .238
   b-Jason Kubel, PH1000012 .221
   c-A.J. Pollock, PH1000001 .245
   Tuffy Gosewisch, C4000015 .208
a-grounded out for Roe in the 13th
b-struck out for Delgado in the 7th
c-grounded out for Bell in the 9th
2B - Adam Eaton (4, Wells), Paul Goldschmidt (27, Jimenez), Martin Prado (28, Miner), Gerardo Parra (31, Cloyd)
3B - Adam Eaton (2, Garcia)
HR - Martin Prado (13, Martin)
SH - Randall Delgado (4), Tuffy Gosewisch (1)
RBI - Adam Eaton 2 (11), Paul Goldschmidt (101), Martin Prado 3 (65), Gerardo Parra 3 (34), Wil Nieves (22), Trevor Cahill (5)
2-OUT RBI - Adam Eaton (8), Martin Prado 3 (24), Gerardo Parra 2 (17), Wil Nieves (9), Trevor Cahill (5)
PK - Tony Campana (1, Garcia)
Team LOB - 24
E - Cliff Pennington (8, Throwing)
Arizona Diamondbacks
Randall Delgado 6333162 3.87
Will Harris 1100010 2.29
Joe Thatcher 0.1122100 3.03
Heath Bell (BS,7) 0.2222021 3.93
Josh Collmenter 2.1200450 2.87
Eury De La Rosa 0.1000000 1.17
Chaz Roe 1.1000030 4.26
Brad Ziegler 2200310 2.26
Trevor Cahill (W,5-10) 4200120 4.39
IBB - Utley by Brad Ziegler, Asche by Trevor Cahill
WP - Randall Delgado (3), Josh Collmenter (2)
Pitches-Strikes - Randall Delgado 91-55, Will Harris 15-10, Joe Thatcher 21-12, Heath Bell 17-10, Josh Collmenter 60-32, Eury De La Rosa 4-3, Chaz Roe 18-13, Brad Ziegler 38-17, Trevor Cahill 53-30
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Randall Delgado 7-6, Will Harris 2-0, Chaz Roe 1-0, Brad Ziegler 5-0, Trevor Cahill 4-6
Batters Faced - Randall Delgado 23, Will Harris 4, Joe Thatcher 3, Heath Bell 4, Josh Collmenter 13, Eury De La Rosa 1, Chaz Roe 4, Brad Ziegler 11, Trevor Cahill 15
Philadelphia Phillies
Roger Bernadina, CF8221112 .176
Jimmy Rollins, SS7230210 .251
Chase Utley, 2B5001313 .272
Domonic Brown, LF1000011 .275
   John Mayberry Jr., LF4000034 .241
   a-Erik Kratz, PH1000012 .216
   Tyler Cloyd, P2010003 .083
   John McDonald, LF-P1000000 .088
Carlos Ruiz, C9232011 .284
Darin Ruf, 1B-LF-RF-LF9122032 .272
Cody Asche, 3B6020211 .224
Casper Wells, RF-P-RF7000146 .128
   Luis Garcia, P1000000 .000
   Zach Miner, P1000011 .000
   b-Kevin Frandsen, PH1000001 .229
   c-Michael Young, PH-1B4000122 .262
a-struck out for Diekman in the 11th
b-grounded out for De Fratus in the 7th
c-walked for Papelbon in the 9th
2B - Roger Bernadina (7, Collmenter), Jimmy Rollins (26, Delgado), Tyler Cloyd (1, Cahill), Carlos Ruiz (10, Cahill), Darin Ruf (8, Ziegler)
HR - Roger Bernadina (3, Delgado), Carlos Ruiz (4, Delgado), Darin Ruf (11, Bell)
SF - Chase Utley (4)
RBI - Roger Bernadina (7), Chase Utley (49), Carlos Ruiz 2 (20), Darin Ruf 2 (18)
2-OUT RBI - Carlos Ruiz (4), Darin Ruf 2 (12)
Team LOB - 17
DP - Utley-Rollins-Ruf, Utley-Rollins-Ruf-Miner-Rollins-Ruf, Utley-Rollins-Ruf-Miner-Rollins-Ruf-Rollins-Utley-Ruf, Utley-Rollins-Ruf-Miner-Rollins-Ruf-Rollins-Utley-Ruf-Utley-Rollins-Young
Philadelphia Phillies
Ethan Martin 0.2333311 6.33
Luis Garcia 3.1322110 5.59
Zach Miner 1.1322300 3.75
Justin De Fratus 1.2100110 3.79
Cesar Jimenez 1100110 0.00
Jonathan Papelbon 1100010 2.54
Jake Diekman 2200010 3.29
Tyler Cloyd 5200540 3.57
B.J. Rosenberg 1100110 4.50
John McDonald 0.1200010 0.00
Casper Wells (L,0-1) 0.2355300 27.00
IBB - Goldschmidt by Tyler Cloyd, Goldschmidt by Casper Wells
Pitches-Strikes - Ethan Martin 44-22, Luis Garcia 47-26, Zach Miner 43-23, Justin De Fratus 31-17, Cesar Jimenez 25-13, Jonathan Papelbon 15-11, Jake Diekman 27-18, Tyler Cloyd 91-50, B.J. Rosenberg 20-11, Casper Wells 40-22, John McDonald 12-10
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Luis Garcia 7-1, Zach Miner 3-0, Justin De Fratus 1-2, Cesar Jimenez 1-1, Jonathan Papelbon 2-0, Jake Diekman 3-1, Tyler Cloyd 7-4, Casper Wells 1-1
Batters Faced - Ethan Martin 8, Luis Garcia 13, Zach Miner 9, Justin De Fratus 6, Cesar Jimenez 5, Jonathan Papelbon 4, Jake Diekman 7, Tyler Cloyd 22, B.J. Rosenberg 5, Casper Wells 8, John McDonald 3
Game Information
Attendance - 34637
Game Time - 7:06
Temperature - 84
Umpires - Home - Clint Fagan, First Base - Marty Foster, Second Base - Marvin Hudson, Third Base - Tim McClelland